Published July 2017
LACCA’s Technology Survey reveals the most popular software used by in-house legal departments in the US and Latin America.
LACCA’s third annual Technology Survey reveals that while most in-house teams use document management and standard workflow tools, budget constraints mean many remain reluctant to invest in the more complex and specialised software, such as e-discovery, digital forensics and IP management tools.
Corporate legal departments across Latin America are demanding greater collaboration from their external legal advisers in terms of sharing data and knowledge and promoting tighter IT integration. LACCA speaks to GCs and tech experts to find out some of the major benefits of the most popular tools as well as how the demand for more alignment is driving change in the delivery of legal services.
With the seemingly endless selection of legal technology tools available today, deciding on the right solution for your legal department can be fraught with difficulties. LACCA puts together some invaluable tips for GCs looking to implement the right technology to support their business.
As the new buzzword in the corporate legal industry, artificial intelligence (AI) is already radically changing the way lawyers work. In the final instalment of our research into legal technology, LACCA takes a look at some of the opportunities and challenges AI poses for legal departments.