Corporate legal departments are under increasing pressure to function as any other business unit within an organization, which could both change their approach to legal tech and shuffle more of their business in the direction of the Big Four. A Friday keynote panel at the virtual ILTA>ON conference titled “Legal’s Next Disruptor? Demystifying the Big 4″ plunged into a future that sees in-house staff working more closely with other departments.

As a result of those collaborations, corporate attorneys may be thinking differently about tech. Peter Krakaur, managing director of EY Law, noted that in-house law is no longer looking at tools or systems. ”Everything now is about more of a platform and clients are intentionally, at internal enterprise, trying to shift from the legal tech stack to try and leverage the enterprise tech stack to have a common platform,” he said.

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