Extract from Alejandro Miyar's article "Technology Trends That Will Affect the Legal Profession in 2020"
2020 promises to be a significant year for the legal profession’s growing adoption and reliance on technology. Innovation has become one of the buzziest priorities in law practice. As our world and clients evolve, there are increasing demands on our industry to lead.
Law is benefiting from contributions from forward-thinking and creative practitioners, administrators, firms, legal service providers, software developers and other stakeholders who are bringing their talents to bear to our marketplace of ideas and services. It’s exciting; lawyers and innovative legal professionals are keenly positioned to help our industry change alongside the world and reap the benefits.
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