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How Law Firms are Becoming Tech Firms and Why That’s a Good Thing (ICYMI…)

Here’s a great article on the adoption of legal technology and how technology is reshaping legal business models. We particularly enjoyed reading about Atrium, a law firm where legal tech isn’t meant to improve the business model, in the words of the author, legal tech “is the model.”

The author suggests that over 100,000 legal jobs will be automated in the next 20 years–honestly, that number is probably too low. What are your thoughts? Share them in the comments!

Great stuff! Click here to read the article.

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