Consulting the client
The investment in technology within in-house legal functions varies greatly, even within the same industry. Chrissy Burns looks at some practical steps to securing more of the benefits that better technology can offer
Recent 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.
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