After a year and some months of coping with the stinging effects of the pandemic, the professional industry, including law firms, is looking to bounce back stronger. Law firms have begun reopening their doors, and the utilization of office space is slowly increasing. But despite all that, one thing’s for sure; the workplace environment can
Technology and the legal industry haven’t always gone hand in hand. It’s no wonder that the legal sector lags behind others when it comes to technology. However, there seems to be a change of heart in the industry recently. More law firms are embracing technology to navigate the tricky legal system, overcome the widespread security
Client experience may be a new buzzword in the legal industry, but it’s fast emerging as a critical frontier on which law firms set apart from the competition. Today, clients have clear-cut expectations on what law firms should do to foster stronger relationships with them, and if they don’t experience that, they won’t think twice
Companies and professionals in most industries have always been willing to embrace or at least consider the idea of employees working from home. Some law firms, however, have always been resistant to the idea. It was only after the COVID-19 pandemic forced everyone to consider working from home that most law firms implemented the idea.
A recent survey of the performance of the legal practice in the United States in the year 2020 revealed that there are three main challenges law firms face today: Lawyers and the legal profession resisting change Difficulty in equipping staff with the latest technological knowledge Implementing new efficient and agile remote work systems These three issues have
Virtual law practice. It is the latest buzzword that has been taking the legal sector into a frenzy. Although legal practice technology has been around for some years now, the demand peaked since the start of the pandemic, forcing most organizations to work from home. Plus, the first-paced digital transformation experienced in the past decade has led