Editor’s Note: This article originally published in the October print edition of Corporate Counsel as “Law Firms’ Tech Renaissance.”

COVID-19’s economic disruption has upended law firms’ financial security, and in response, many are now reining in their IT budgets to prepare for a more difficult market. “People are putting me off for a couple of months,” postponing tech projects and consultancy until fall 2021, says consultant Brett Burney of Burney Consultants. “I saw a lot of the same thing in 2008 [and] 2009.”

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