Cloud computing offers substantial benefits, but the legal sector should be aware of potential dangers, as Michael Cross reports
Legal Efficiency 2014
Frequently painted as archaic and set in its ways, the legal community has faced backlash for a general unwillingness to adopt cost-saving and efficiency-driving technologies and work processes. This report focuses on the critical need for legal professionals and general counsel to get to grips with alternative ways of working; as cloud, cyber security, LPO and mobile technology shake up legal process and become central to improving the bottom line.
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Cyber security can drive innovation in legal services as well as protect professional privilege, says Timothy Hill, technology policy adviser at The Law Society of England and Wales
Originally a cut-price option based on off-shoring back-office functions to lower-paid lawyers or paralegals, legal process outsourcing has evolved from its traditional business model, writes Peter Archer
How lawyers charge clients is changing, but the billable hour refuses to die, as Edward Fennell reports