There has been much discussion in the last few years about automation of documentation and related processes and its use by both in-house legal teams and law firms. The focus has tended to be on the use of automation by lawyers, how it could benefit them in reducing time taken to draft standard documents and automate inefficient processes. For many law firms, the automation of precedent documents has become commonplace. And automation is also now used widely within in-house legal teams. 

We need to move forward and change the narrative and perception that automation is exclusively a legal issue.

Date published

22 April 2021

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