In-house legal departments have become an attractive target to legal tech companies as they look for ways to improve efficiency. And by turning to technology, corporate legal departments may be fundamentally altering the power balance between them and their outside counsel.

“It just feels like the early stages of something, where in-house teams are really stepping up and doing some really interesting things and really looking at technology and process improvement and efficiency in a very interesting way,” said Rob MacAdam, director of legal solutions at HighQ. The legal tech solutions provider has recently built an extension onto its existing platform featuring a suite of tools geared specifically towards corporate legal teams.

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