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The Shift: Law Firm Tech Budgets Scrap “Next Big Thing” in Favor of the Basics
Especially after the pandemic, it’s not too much of a leap in logic to picture the “Law Office of the Future,” as brought to you by The Jetsons: robot receptions scanning never-ending databases of legal precedent to find the perfect evidence to take before the virtual court. To hear some tell it, these futuristic law firms are only a matter of time, the natural end of technological progression. But a closer look at law firm tech budgets tells a very different story.
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