Lawyers aren’t known to be the most tech-savvy, but they should improve their understanding and use of technology to differentiate and improve their practice, unless they want a race to the bottom in pricing to compete.

A Wolters Kluwer Legal & Regulatory-conducted survey, “The Future Ready Lawyer,” found out of 700 U.S. and European in-house and private practice lawyers, only 34 percent said their organization is very prepared to keep pace with changes in the legal market.