The future of the legal industry was up for discussion throughout Ironclad’s “State of Digital Contracting, Winter 2020: AI and the Elusive Promise of Smart Contracting” virtual event Thursday. Spoiler alert: technology is expected to play a big role. 

While tech isn’t necessarily anything new inside of the legal sector, the way those tools are being leveraged to address problems or deliver services may begin to shift over the next few years. For corporate legal departments, this could change both how they select providers and widen the range of legal technology products at their disposal.

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