Creating legal documents in the future - should it be done by the lawyer or the client?

In my last article I briefly discussed the pace of technological change in the legal profession, and how firms should embrace it. It is apparent that the focus of today's law firms is to streamline their businesses to weather the storm of uncertainty, but what happens when the sky clears and there's blue sky again?

The Legal Technologist [Magazine] - An insight into the future of law

Our Story: Legal technology is making an enormous impact on legal professions around the world, yet very little (if anything) is taught at university about the types of technology and how they are used. This magazine aims to give those at the junior end of their legal careers an understanding of how law and technology are converging.