Technology focus: Collaborating with clients
Although computer technology has been in law firms for more than 20 years, nothing fundamental has really changed - until now. Neil Cameron explains why high bandwidth internet connection has been the catalyst
In the more than 20 years since law firms began to introduce computer technology, it has been argued that the only major impact has been the automation of existing processes and practises. Creating documents has become easier, but the documents are still the same. Computer systems add numbers faster and more efficiently, bringing information to hand more easily, but really nothing fundamental has changed. Until now.
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