The following is part two of a two-part series.
In the last issue of Legaltech News, I entered the LTN confessional with a brutally honest admission: Lawyers—not software manufacturers, e-discovery vendors, judges or clients—are primarily to blame for the fact that we as a legal industry are so far behind others in our use of predictive analytics and advanced technology. That now-viral confession prompted a tidal wave of comments, most of which were fair but particularly lengthy and harsh. The one that hit me the hardest, however, was also the most succinct: “Typical law firm partner: You found the problem but didn’t suggest a solution.”
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