Included this month are articles about the trends in e-discovery, both in the near and the more distant future. With regard to the ever-changing legal tech apps front, please enjoy recommendations on how to stay relevant from attorneys and vendors who are proficient in them.
Need Help Finding eDiscovery and Legal Tech Software?
By Kelly Twigger
One of the most difficult things about the explosion of legal technology is that it is a full-time job just to know what’s out there and how to find solutions that work for you and your firm or legal department. And we all have time for that on top of our other full-time jobs, right?
If you’ve been tasked with finding software, you know what I mean. It’s a never-ending loop of how do I find products, especially the new innovative products, will they work, and how do I go through the RFP process and get them working with the rest of our systems. I feel your pain. We spend A LOT of time looking at tools and advising clients on legal operations, especially e-discovery, and it’s a constantly moving target to be up to date on the latest developments.
E-Discovery in the Year 2048: What the Future Holds
By Rhys Dipshan
What the future holds for legal professionals may be anyone’s guess. But for speakers at the “A Day in the Life of a Futurist Jurist Empowered by Artificial Intelligence: An Ethical Dilemma” Legalweek 2018 session, examining changes that are already afoot in the industry can offer some telling clues.
From artificial intelligence to automation and remote work, here are the three most significant predictions from the panel.