Hiring the right consultant can be the single most important factor in a law firm technology project. But the idea of hiring and working with a technology consultant may strike fear into the heart of the firm’s technology committee, IS staff, or administrator. It doesn’t have to be a painful ordeal if you approach hiring and working with a technology consultant in the same manner that your clients approach hiring and working with your firm.

Just as clients must find a law firm that suits their individual needs, a firm must find a technology consultant that fits its particular objectives, size, and culture. Technology consultants who offer their services to law firms and corporate legal departments may work for CPA firms, technology integrators, software companies, or have their own practice. Although they come in all sizes and offer a myriad of different services, there are two primary types: independent consultants and corporate consultants.

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