Despite usually being five to 10 years behind general technology, legal tech has some lawyers shaking in their boots, according to a recent University of Pennsylvania webinar.

During the University of Pennsylvania Carey Law School’s “Reimagining Legal Technology” session held Wednesday, legal tech observers and entrepreneurs discussed how the legal tech industry has a long road ahead in winning over a skeptical customer base and becoming the go-to solution for administrative tech challenges.

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