With the advent of cloud services and better integrated legal technology, one could be forgiven for thinking that bringing innovation in-house at law firms is as simple as logging on to a web platform. But the reality is far more complex.

Deploying technology is never a question of just using a platform. It entails changing the workflows, makeup, and business strategies of a law firm. And some law firms are more receptive to these changes than others. Those likely to innovate often have the appropriate staff to drive change, along with a strong business need to see the process through. They also cultivate a culture that enables and expects constant evolution. These factors don’t just act as prerequisites for law firm tech deployment and innovation—they define the ways change takes place within the firms.

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