Extract from Frank Ready's article "5 Ways That the Legal Research Market Is Already Starting to Change"
While legal research may depend a great deal on case law and history, the space itself is modernizing and pushing forward. Much of that trajectory aligns with the speed of the legal industry as a whole, which thanks to ever-evolving regulations around fields like privacy is in a constant state of change.
Legal research companies have responded by attempting to become faster and introducing AI-powered features that track real-time developments in the law. Those same platforms have also embraced sleeker, better-integrated designs in an attempt to appeal to customers who are becoming more discerning about where their money goes in a post COVID-19 economy. As the legal research market continues to grow more competitive, here’s a look at five ways platforms are keeping pace.
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