Legal tech plays a central role in making remote and hybrid work arrangements possible. Some might even argue that the sudden shift to a work-from-home culture put legal tech on many people’s radars for the first time—or, at the very least, made them stop and appreciate it a bit more than usual.

As initial responses to pandemic realities settled into a more steady new status quo, hybrid and remote work arrangements evolved in 2022. From the adoption of individual tools to the implementation of  comprehensive digital transformation efforts, technology is continuing to constantly reshape the way legal works and improving its virtual and remote connection capabilities. Going forward, we expect to see an even broader spectrum of tech-enabled work scenarios in 2023.

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