In the past few years, law firms have not only introduced more technology internally, but also created their own legal technology for customers. From regulatory compliance portals to litigation risk management, more and more companies are investigating software development in-house. But do your corporate customers really want these innovations?
While General Counsel and their advisors, Legaltech News, said they expect certain innovations from their outside lawyer, GCs don’t expect their law firms to become coding experts. Instead, they leave the traditional digitization of workflows, contract management, and other top tech priorities to traditional software companies.
While GCs only turn to law firms for a few legal technologies, exceptional software can make a good impression and result in long-term customer relationships.