It’s no secret: there is a widespread perception in the legal industry that law firms are not on the forefront of technology adoption. Indeed, the idea that law firms are becoming more tech-savvy may sound oxymoronic, but a new survey of nearly 700 corporate counsel at Fortune 1000 companies revealed that more law firms are using client-facing technology.

In the report, “BTI Brand Elite 2015: Client Perceptions of the Best-Branded Law Firms,” 648 corporate counsel at Fortune 1000 companies said that 9 percent more law firms are using technology as “a source of innovation” in 2015 compared to last year. Corporate counsel surveyed noted an increase in the number of firms using technology to the client’s advantage.

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