The Legal Departments in a Digital Era report, conducted by Wolters Kluwer and ECLA uncovered some surprising results about how legal departments are developing and implementing a digital strategy.
How legal departments can adopt AI technology into their processes to save time, boost productivity and reduce costs.
Oversee the creation and implementation of a digital strategy.
This special report conducted by Wolters Kluwer in association with The Lawyer explores how legal technology can improve efficiency within the modern in-house legal department. It dives deeper into the type of technology that is in use today, and what technologies departments are planning on implementing in the near future.
Find out which phase of digital maturity your legal department is in and where it is headed, and how your organisation is expected to fare in the evolving digital landscape.
The General Counsel Barometer 2019, published with The Lawyer, shows that GCs are expected to play a more strategic role in their organisations, a trend that has increased since it was reported in the General Counsel Barometer 2017. The study explores how the role of a GC has changed to adapt to the evolving complexities of the legal and economic environment while embracing new technologies that offer enhanced capabilities, analytics and opportunities for significant cost management. Highlights include the following: […]
How legal departments can provide more value by improving interdepartmental collaboration across key competencies and empowering colleagues to self-serve
The Global Future of Law Introduction Globally, the legal sector is poised for significant transformation. Increasing information complexity, client demands, economic forces, changing demographics and technology advancements continue to accelerate and demand a response. After a decade of debate about legal sector transformation – if, when and how it would happen – there’s no questions that the global future of law is under way and that technology and the acceleration of technology offerings are key forces for change. Legal professionals […]
Budget constraints prevent many small legal teams from being a part of the legal ops movement – but here is how technology can help you achieve your goals
In January, Wolters Kluwer and The Lawyer launched a survey that sought to determine how in-house legal teams use legal technology. The opinions of 130 general counsel from leading organisations across the UK were gathered, and the analysis was supplemented by interviews with legal heads at organisations including Bupa, BT and the City Football Group. This research formed part of a wider project conducted in collaboration between Wolters Kluwer and The Lawyer, which aimed to provide a platform for in-house […]
It was a fitting setting as delegates gathered in the now-commonplace environment of Microsoft Teams to discuss the use of technology and the value it brings to in-house legal departments. Video-conferencing was one of the early novelties of the pandemic-era, as professionals everywhere abandoned face-to-face meetings and shifted online. Despite its drawbacks, video-conferencing is now very much a part of modern working life. This shows the adaptability of professionals, and how technology can help to bridge gaps and drive long […]
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