How Technology is Transforming the Law Industry

The massive technological growth in the last decade has catalyzed the digitalization of case law and automation of legal service provision. Legal firms can now digitalize the storage and collection of legal data, legal research, and attorney-to-client interactions. In addition, dozens of high-end tools and software are available to help legal firms operate more efficiently and keep their productivity and customer relations a notch higher. Below are ways how technology has transformed the legal industry.

Simplifies Attorney-Client Communication

A Diversity and Flexibility Alliance study recently confirmed that over 60% of established and startup law firms have invested in cutting-edge telecommunicating infrastructure. These unified telecommunication systems allow attorneys to reach out to more clients remotely. Additionally, it cuts the costs and reduces the inconvenience of meeting each of the clients in person.

Live-video platforms such as Zoom and Skype have eased the way lawyers communicate to clients and collect evidence for cases. Moreover, advanced communication solutions such as web conferencing, instant messaging and email, have streamlined how lawyers communicate and collaborate with their clients.

Eases the Way Lawyers Manage Cases

Al-based business management systems have eased the way lawyers manage cases. These systems let lawyers automate billing data entry, document management, and date schedule. With data stored in a centralized database, the systems allow for easy access by different personnel within a law firm.

The AI-infused high-end digital case management systems allow for quick document sharing and lawyer-to-lawyer collaborations. Most modern case management systems are web-based, thus, allowing easy accessibility by remote-based lawyers.

Fueled the Birth of Online Communities

The advanced technology brought about the birth of online communities, giving disadvantaged communities access to pro bono legal counselling, advice, and resources. These internet-based communal areas offer an opportunity for lawyers to connect with law students to share and debate on multiple legal-related issues.

Social networking platforms such as YouTube, LinkedIn, Facebook, and Twitter offer an environment for lawyers to reach out to more underserved communities. They streamline how lawyers network and collaborate with their clients.

Technological advancement is gearing the legal industry towards the much-anticipated growth and automation. The invention of law industry-tailored systems that promise to ease how lawyers operate, network, and collaborate will increase lawyer productivity, service delivery, and customer satisfaction.

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