The Rise of Artificial Intelligence in Law

  • Blog Post
  • Posted on 23 November 2016

The legal profession, traditionally slow to embrace technology, is now at least partly embracing the opportunities associated with algorithm driven computer technology Read More

Legal Technology: Dispelling the myths

  • Blog Post
  • Posted on 15 September 2016

There are a number of misconceptions around legal technology that I regularly come across that I wish to dispel for the common good. Read More

Moving towards paperlite and environmental sustainability

  • Blog Post
  • Posted on 12 August 2016

Almost every law firm is challenged by its desire to reduce paper usage and improve its environmental footprint. Read More

Today’s legal forecast: Cloudy with high likelihood of SaaS

  • Blog Post
  • Posted on 15 June 2016

The area of eDiscovery has seen much advancement over the past two decades.  Read More

Today’s legal forecast: Cloudy with high likelihood of SaaS

  • Blog Post
  • Posted on 15 June 2016

The area of eDiscovery has seen much advancement over the past two decades.  Read More

Five steps to improve data security and prevent risks

  • Blog Post
  • Posted on 14 April 2016

Data security is an important aspect of any business, especially for those that provide services to clients. For law firms that handle highly sensitive and privileged information about their clients on a daily basis, the need for data security is critical. Read More

Embracing disruptive technology

  • Blog Post
  • Posted on 18 March 2016

What options have you offered your client? Read More

Kick start your practice in 2016 with these resolutions

  • Blog Post
  • Posted on 21 January 2016

With 2016 now well underway, many will have made resolutions for self-improvement. When setting goals for the next 12 months, consider these New Year business resolutions to take your practice to the next level. Read More

Using technology to level the playing field for firms across APAC

  • Blog Post
  • Posted on 17 December 2015

Written by Michael Lew, Director Law In Order, Singapore 

It was a very exciting and expensive proposition then, as we embarked on the implementation of document management systems, virtual data rooms and a case management solution with custom workflows amongst other legal technologies. Large law firms were able to capitalize on this new era with ease by investing heavily in technology, while smaller law firms often didn’t have the resources to keep up.
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