The use of workflow technology is widespread in today's larger law firms but there can be a world of difference between one system and another, as the latest Legal IT/ RecSoft survey demonstrates
There are many applications of workflow technology in the modern law firm. From off-the-shelf case management systems designed to automate the processes of a debt recovery or conveyancing practice, to matter-opening and conflict-checking systems used across the many different practice areas of a large international firm, workflow technologies and even process modelling toolkits are increasingly becoming an essential part of the modern legal practice. And this despite the fact that so many lawyers clearly loathe them.
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