The rise of the legal machines

The robots are taking over, and the law is their next target. Ripples of the last recession are driving big changes in the legal market. Companies are cutting budgets for legal services and beefing up in-house legal teams while demanding effective results faster, cheaper and with more predictability in the firms they contract with.Not surprisingly, law firms, in turn, are seeing demand for their services dwindle. The work they do get is highly scrutinized by clients, unlike years past, which is all culminating in fresh pressures for firms to operate leaner and more efficient.Today’s conversations about cost structure and project management are changing as a result. And the firms who don’t consider how technology can make them leaner and serve clients better could be doomed to fail.That’s where our computer…


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