Over three decades after India began earnest efforts to open its economy, the country went on to announce the liberalization of its legal system in March 2023, in hopes of not only bringing in new business and bolstering its economy, but also getting a piece of the international legal tech pie.

To be sure, opening the country’s legal market wasn’t easy, Indian legal professionals told Legaltech News. Such liberalization was decades in the making, with a substantial tug-of-war between older attorneys hoping to keep the current domestic system, and younger lawyers, yearning for oversees business and new tricks of the trade.

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