Many corporate legal departments and their outside firms aren’t having direct conversations regarding the firm’s tech tools. However, firms aren’t completely in the dark. Instead, many are reading RFPs to gauge what their clients’ tech needs are before setting their own software budgets.

Jackson Kelly chief information officer Jeffrey Brandt noted outside counsel guidelines and client surveys “influence what we do in our tech budget and infrastructure.”

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