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computerRecent research in the UK suggests that the degree to which technology has been adopted by in-house legal departments varies enormously – even within the same industry. A significant number of in-house legal departments have begun to extend their current use of technology to more sophisticated systems such as contract tracking or computer-based training.

But the technology focus of many in-house legal departments remains limited to quite fundamental systems such as billing, matter and document management systems. It is only a relatively small number that are looking for very sophisticated tools and are familiar with the benefits and pitfalls of co-ordinating and implementing a technology project.

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