Why simplicity is key to improving legal practice



With law firms under increasing pressure to do more with less, it is simply inefficient to have smart people doing ‘dumb' things.

While sectors like telecom, high-tech and financial services have adopted advanced technologies that address this challence, the legal sector has been somewhat slower to join this journey of transformation. In fact, while there has been a significant increase in the number of lawtech companies, the same cannot be said of the level of lawtech adoption amongst legal practitioners.

Autto founder Max Cole explores the barriers to lawtech adoption, delving into why so many lawyers ignore technology that promises to enhance the experience of clients and lawyers for the better.  


View the full article written by Max Cole in the Legal Technologist 



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