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Law firms aren’t known to be profligate technology spenders. But it’s not that they’re frugal—it’s that even with tech purchases, they stay true to form, carefully weighing benefits, risks and value before making a decision.

But while meticulous, how firms solicit and weigh employee feedback, and who they empower to make final decisions, can often differ. On one side of the spectrum there’s the slower, formalized approach that involves large committees; on the other, a centralized, but faster ad hoc process led by smaller groups.

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Rhys Dipshan

CT-born, New York-based legal tech reporter covering everything from in-house technology disruption to privacy trends, blockchain, AI, cybersecurity, and ghosts-in-the-machine. Continually waiting for law to catch up with tech. (It's like waiting for Godot, but without the clowns)

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