Henchman Report: Data in Legal

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Technologic! As Daft Punk pointed out in 2005, technology has an enormous impact on our daily lives. Technology was born out of the everyday challenges people face. It is designed to solve problems and make our lives easier, more efficient, and more fulfilling.


And the same goes for the tools implemented by today’s leading law firms. In a world with a desire for greater (online) accessibility, affordability, efficiency, and high-end legal advice, they are constantly striving to improve; pushing themselves to work in new and unique ways to meet client expectations and stay ahead of the competition.


However, when it comes to legal technology, adoption in law firms is often challenging. Do new tools address existing challenges? Does the time gained outweigh the time to implement? Are the tools safe and secure? Will the customer benefit from the implementation?


Implementing legal tech is a constant balancing act. Like an entrepreneur looking for product- market fit, you need to prioritize user experience and weigh a tool’s disruption against its value and ease of integration. As new technologies are being tested, pilot fatigue can set in. But fostering an adoption mindset keeps us resilient and fresh.


Henchman met with 7 of today’s leading legal innovators at Webber Wentzel, Paul Weiss, BAHR, Fried Frank, Pearson, Khaitan & Co, and b/luz to learn more about their take on the topic.


You can read the full report here.

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