The range of new technologies available today to help solve legal problems sometimes makes us feel like kids in the sandbox: artificial intelligence, machine learning, practice management technology, automated document assembly, predictive coding and mapping technology. They’ve certainly gotten a lot of attention, as they should.

But who are the kids who get to play with these new toys? There’s a whole new roster of skilled professionals who are key to using these technologies to making legal work more efficient. These roles are emerging at law firms and other legal service providers, as well as corporate legal departments. They may sit in IT, document review, knowledge management teams or whole new functions like the data analytics team we have built at Orrick. And it’s when you combine this talent with the technology and smart process that the innovation happens.

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