The 2022 LTN Tech Survey spoke with 28 technologists at some of America’s top law firms about their firms’ most pressing technology issues and what their priorities are in the upcoming year. Coming off two years of remote work and facing ever-increasing cybersecurity threats, legal technology is arguably more critical for law firms now than it ever has been before.

In the coming week, we’ll be diving into some of these numbers in more depth. Rhys Dipshan’s feature piece, published today, uses the survey’s cybersecurity responses as a springboard for a broader analysis of the current state of cybersecurity in the industry.

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