Rapid technological evolution has shape-shifted every business and industry as data analytics and other tools allow law firms to increase efficiency, lower costs and better service their clients. Today’s law firms use data-driven in every aspect of their operations, from client cases and the back office to business development.

That doesn’t mean, though, that all things tech can simply be tossed to the IT team or a new data scientist. No lawyer can afford to sit back and rely only on their well-honed research and reasoning skills. No matter what their area of expertise, lawyers need to up their game and develop some important new skills.

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