I think the biggest challenge facing the legal profession over the next five years is navigating the disruption and complexity that flows from the “more for less” problem. Corporate legal teams are facing an unprecedented need to contain costs at a time when demand for legal services is increasing.
SUCCESSFUL LEGALTECH FOUNDER CEO BENOIT CHARPENTIER TAKES ON THE #BAKERSDOZEN ON HIGH PERFORMANCE COUNSEL
Successful legaltech entrepreneur and founder, Benoit Charpentier sat down with HIGH PERFORMANCE COUNSEL to tackle our infamous #BakersDozen interview. Read what he had to share.
LEGAL DECODER CEO JOE TIANO DISCUSSES LEGAL OPS AND DATA-DRIVEN LAW WITH HIGH PERFORMANCE COUNSEL #FEARLESSLAW
If data is recent and intelligently structured to align with how lawyers work, more data is better. The challenge faced by many legal operations professionals and law firms is that the data is inconsistently categorized, mis-tagged and poorly structured. Our technology transforms raw data into refined information upon which legal industry leaders can make decisions.
Kim Technologies, the leader in workflow and knowledge automation based on artificial intelligence, today announced the launch of its Intelligent Legal Operations Platform, an easy to deploy and evolve transformation tool for legal department service delivery.
I see the proliferation of legal operations as a sign that legal departments are more integrated parts of business, as opposed to the oddballs they used to be. I also see it as a way for lawyers to become true business professionals who just happen to understand law well — we will no longer be limited to “just” legal work! Consequently, it’s also a way for attorneys to have more rewarding legal careers, where they can spend more time on what matters and provide strategic, impactful advice.