Many legal departments today don’t have a meaningful technology solution for project management, organization, and quantifying workload and accomplishments. The steady growth and adoption of legal technology has helped propel change over the last few years, at least in part.

Even so, too many in-house legal teams are stuck in the past using a very limited tech stack, usually consisting of an email client and MS Word. AI-powered tools and other software designed to automate routine tasks are reshaping the way legal professionals work. The demand is so great that in 2019 the legal technology industry generated $17 billion globally.

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