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Technology in the legal sector is usually referred to as legal tech, legal technology, or law technology (law tech).
Legal tech is essentially specialist document review software used to provide support to legal services.
Legal tech can be used for a number of different purposes and the type of software you use will depend on what you are using it for.
The most common uses are document review in eDiscovery, investigation and regulatory processes, document and contract management tools, legal practice management software and data security.
There are a myriad of legal tech software options available which are utilised to digitally review and share electronically stored information, or ESI, for the purposes of providing legal services.
There are software options for each stage of the eDiscovery process, e.g. for collection of data, data processing, analysis and Artificial Intelligence (AI), legal document review and presentation to court.
Legal tech offers exciting potential to substantially improve the productivity, effectiveness and efficiency of legal teams.
At Cleaver Fulton Rankin, Legal tech is at the heart of our company and it has enabled us to streamline our discovery services for our clients.
Our offering brings together the expertise of a law firm with leading technology and process excellence, providing you with an optimised service that acts as a seamless extension of your in-house team.
If you’d like to find out more about how our use of legal tech can help your business, get in touch today using the contact form below.
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