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New report: Legal tech trends 2019


We are excited to announce ayfie's first Legal tech trends report that is now available for download. Save your copy now to get insights into the results of ayfie’s recent survey on milestones, highlights, and expectations for 2019 in legal tech.

While the world is becoming more and more digital, law firms will only be able to maintain and enhance their competitive edge when they leverage the possibilities of Artificial Intelligence. Hence, everyone working in this industry needs to keep pace with the latest developments, possibilities and trends of legal technology.

“The legal tech market is very agile and changes quickly. These insights are crucial for software providers like ayfie to be on top of the challenges, concerns, and desires of law firms, in-house law departments and lawyers, to provide the best products that support them in strategic decisions and their daily work” says Rob Wescott, CSO of ayfie.

 The report provides the current state of the industry as well as insight into what's to come. It answers relevant questions like:

  • What is the status quo of the digital transformation of the legal sector?
  • Will the usage of AI by law firms significantly reduce the cost of legal services?
  • Will law firms still be competitive without the use of AI solutions?
  • What were the legal tech highlights of the past months?
  • Where do you see the potential and challenges for the legal tech market?

Legal industry experts worldwide provided their opinion on the state-of-the-art of law technology and the digital transformation of the legal sector. For instance:

“Implementation. Implementation. And, implementation. Law firms are now happy to explore legal tech and AI tools. The challenge is getting law firms - and in-house legal teams - to use these automation tools at scale.” – Richard Tromans, Founder Tromans Consulting and Artificial Lawyer


Bonus tip: Sign up for the Legal tech trends webinar

ayfie's very own Legal Insights Executive and Counsel Jeanne Somma will hold a webinar on May 2, 2019 which is based on the Legal tech trends report. Join us and gain a practical overview of the latest technology updates in the legal sector. You will also have the chance to get your questions answered in the webinar Q&A.

Save your seat today 

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