It’s no longer as hard as it once was to make a case for legal tech spending. The hard part now is choosing from all the terrific options.

Everyone knows that technology is the biggest disruptive force in business right now and law is undergoing huge tech-induced changes. That has led to an uptick in legal tech spending. One survey found that 47 percent of law firms were spending between $8,000 and $21,000 per attorney in 2016. Some 14 percent spent $21,000 or more per attorney.

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