80% of all respondents believe that time spent on manual daily activities takes time and effort away from working on larger business goals or affects their ability to deliver services in a timely manner.
What's in the report?
The 2023 In-house Legal Technology report uncovers new trends for the in-house legal profession, including:
- Post-pandemic burnout shows no signs of slowing down
- There's been a shift toward legal teams using more consolidated tech stacks correlating with some efficiency gains
- Legal teams are still experiencing significant legal waste, spending numerous hours a day on various manual administrative tasks such as switching between systems
- Teams are still using multiple solutions to manage workload
- Legal team inefficiencies are impacting business outcomes and costs
- There's a belief that consolidating legal tech stacks will bring efficiency and productivity gains
The report collates research from a survey of in-house lawyers and legal operations professionals across the US and UK to better understand how in-house legal teams use legal technology and its impact on workflow efficiencies and business goals.
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Join Russell Davies from Dentsu International, and Bríd Heffernan from LawVu at the World Legal Operations Summit 2023 as they talk all things legal tech.