Posted by Susanne Ullrich on Jun 3, 2019 11:12:32 AM

 

ayfie's Legal Tech Trends Report provides valuable information on the current state of the legal tech industry as well as what is to come in terms of highlights and challenges of the sector.

In our blog post series on the Legal Tech Trends Report, we have already written about the state of the digital transformation of the legal sector and if AI usage can reduce the cost of legal services. In this blog post we highlight the answer to the question of whether law firms will still be competitive without the use of AI solutions in 2019.

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Posted by Susanne Ullrich on May 20, 2019 4:28:06 PM

 

ayfie's recently published Legal Tech Trends Report helps its readers to keep stay up to date with the legal tech industry as it evolves so quickly. It highlights the current state of the sector and provides valuable insights into what the future of legal tech has to offer.

In our current blog post series on the Legal Tech Trends Report, we highlight the survey results on various topics. Last time, we wrote about the state of the digital transformation of the legal sector. Today, we're providing you with opinions on whether the usage of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in the legal sector will reduce the cost of legal services.

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Posted by Susanne Ullrich on Apr 28, 2019 3:46:33 PM

 

Two weeks ago, we published ayfie's first Legal Tech Trends Report. The report was based on a survey of legal tech experts worldwide, that included CIOs, CEOs, lawyers, legal tech professionals, and journalists who were participants in the survey.

This blog post series will take a deeper dive into the different topics discussed in the report. This first blog post covers the state of the digital transformation of the legal sector. To explain the definition a bit further, 0% of digital transformation means that companies are still at the beginning of using legal tech, and 100% means that they are using all possibilities of legal tech.

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Topics: report, english, blogpost, Webinar, lawtech, legaltech, survey, trends, legal insights, digital transformation, digitalization

Posted by Susanne Ullrich on Apr 11, 2019 7:47:58 AM

 

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.

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Posted by Susanne Ullrich on Dec 19, 2018 3:40:59 AM

It is very apparent that technology has become more and more critical in the legal sector. In the very near future, if not even already, lawyers and legal departments will only be able to act as strategic enablers if they are freed up from repetitive work and adopt legal technology solutions which enable faster and smarter access to data.

Investments for Artificial Intelligence (AI) are growing globally, and recent studies make it very clear that law departments need to invest more in legal technology. At the same time, technology providers are developing new products and improving their current solutions at a very rapid pace. Overall, the legal tech market is very agile. As the year 2018 comes to an end and we welcome 2019, we feel that is time to take a snapshot look at the current legal tech sector.

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