New Attitude, Not New Tools: 4 Ways 2020 Altered Legal Tech

By Jack Karp (December 21, 2020, 7:20 PM EST) -- Few attorneys a year ago would have predicted the amount of time they were about to spend on Zoom.

The increased use of videoconferencing platforms has been one of the biggest changes to the legal industry's technological landscape in 2020, legal tech experts say. Law firms' adoption of cloud services and artificially intelligent contract management tools has also climbed, as has a resulting focus on cybersecurity.

But these technologies aren't new. What is new is the coronavirus, which has caused a dramatic shift in the way firms operate. Remote work, online collaboration and virtual court proceedings have forced a legal industry...

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