The pandemic-spurred transition to remote work hasn’t just accelerated legal tech adoption in the U.S. Across the world in the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) countries, it’s also sparked burgeoning demand for Arabic-based legal tech tools, creating a legal tech market bolstered by a strong entrepreneurial spirit.

Over the past four months, for instance, recruiters from the legal tech branch of consultancy firm Jameson Legal saw a sharp spike in the number of legal tech startups from GCC countries reaching out to access their hiring services.

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