Technology Brings Disruption to Lawyers, But Not Destruction

Technology is not something to fear but embrace to improve your law practice.

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Technology is not something to fear but embrace to improve your law practice.

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  • Aaron George

    Interesting points. Certainly employing technology to drive efficiency and profitability for law firms is a must in today‘s age. I would also agree that there will always be a need for human lawyers, at least for the foreseeable future, but I believe their role and market positioning will gradually shift based on broader trends in technology and the economy. I wrote a piece on our blog recently about this very topic:

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