Law With Technology: The New Amigos!
By Team Legistify / 2017-03-16
There is no app for being a better lawyer. There is no program that will make your arguments better or the case law in your favour. Technological tools do for the legal profession what automobiles do for an industry in general, they help us do things faster and perform tasks that would otherwise be impossible or impractical.

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There is no app for being a better lawyer. There is no program that will make your arguments better or the case law in your favour. Technological tools do for the legal profession what automobiles do for an industry in general, they help us do things faster and perform tasks that would otherwise be impossible or impractical.

As advances in law technology revolutionize today’s legal landscape, the role of the legal profession has evolved. The automation of legal processes has prompted lawyers, paralegals, legal secretaries and other legal professionals to become proficient at an ever-increasing array of word processing, spreadsheet, telecommunications, database, presentation and legal research software. Law technology has impacted every aspect of the legal field, from a law firm and corporate practice to courtroom operation and document management.

How Law firms are using technology

In law firms, electronic billing (“e-billing”) is gradually replacing traditional paper invoices. Technology has also become an important legal marketing tool and new law firm websites and legal blogs spring up daily in cyberspace.

Electronic case management has also changed how documents are handled. Firms are now storing voluminous case files electronically and employing databases to track, edit, search, distribute and archive documents.

There is no app for being a better lawyer. There is no program that will make your arguments better or the case law in your favour. Technological tools do for the legal profession what automobiles do for an industry in general, they help us do things faster and perform tasks that would otherwise be impossible or impractical.

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