Despite industry demands, legal tech companies still haven’t yet fully jumped on the interoperability bandwagon. With ample competing products on the market, legal tech companies provide little room for software integrations or other customization features for its clients, said law firm chief information officers. Still, they noted rigid coding is slowly being replaced as legal tech developers embrace a consistent legal standard and a modern design approach.

While widespread interoperability isn’t usually found in legal tech, Jackson Kelly CIO Jeffrey Brandt noted legal tech integrations with some office software mainstays are fairly common.

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