It’s widely understood that the COVID pandemic accelerated the pace of digital transformation in companies large and small. Even traditionally tech-adverse legal departments found themselves leveraging video conferencing technology, collaboration software and other cloud-based tools, all of which contributed to an increase in comfort with technology in general.

As a result, general counsels, chief legal officers, and their teams are now making tech stack decisions that were previously made exclusively by the CTO or CIO. In fact, today’s legal leaders are actively examining the value of legal tech. But, CIOs and CTOs are well-practiced in making software or technology decisions. CLOs or GCs? This is a relatively new endeavor.

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