Practice Management: Making progress
The legal sector has embraced technology more readily than the real estate industry, but Chris Lees argues that its past record of innovation may be turning into a handicap when it comes to back-office integration
Compared to other industries, the legal sector has been reasonably innovative when it comes to technology: new developments and working practices have been welcomed and there is an underlying commitment to use it to improve operations. We work very closely with both the legal and real estate sectors at Calvis and I can say hand on heart that the former is head and shoulders above the latter in terms of technology adoption.
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