The digital age is the sharing epoch. No industry is an island. They’re connected to one another through their online businesses. Each shares common trials and tribulations online, and whether firms, departments or companies realize it or not, what affects one will certainly affect the others.

But for the legal industry, this was a hard truth to learn. Until recently, law firms have naively believed their age-old businesses had little in common with those outside their walls.

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