The COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated almost every industry’s digital transformation. From virtual working environments to artificial intelligence, more and more companies are adopting new technologies and adjusting their businesses accordingly. Law firms are no exception.

Law firms are known for being a conservative, old-school businesses. However, they are changing to set themselves up to thrive in the next era. As part of such changes, law firms are now looking for tech-savvy lawyers who understand and implement technologies as they evolve. With that being said, if you are a future lawyer interested in private practice, you should think about how to best prepare yourself for the emerging needs of law firms.

Why Do Law Firms Need Tech-Savvy Lawyers?

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