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Why learn to automate?

Enhanced training earlier in your career Through having more time available to contribute towards more exciting and high-value work, trainees are able to experience a greater number of novel learning opportunities. This will invariably contribute towards them becoming more well-rounded and better-trained lawyers upon qualification. Adding value to your team With an increased capacity to work […]

Why learn to automate?
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Enhanced training earlier in your career

Through having more time available to contribute towards more exciting and high-value work, trainees are able to experience a greater number of novel learning opportunities. This will invariably contribute towards them becoming more well-rounded and better-trained lawyers upon qualification.

Adding value to your team

With an increased capacity to work on complex and high-value work, lawyers are able to feel as though they are adding more value to their team and their clients. Complex issues also require greater collaboration within teams as well which might strengthen the sense of camaraderie and contribute to team morale.

Greater collaboration between teams 

Contract automation is not just increasing efficiency and collaboration within teams but also doing so between teams within a firm too. With a more streamlined process for drafting documents, different teams are able to collaborate on a more strategic level and find more innovative solutions for clients.

Less scope for error

Contract automation allows lawyers to easily track the changes being made in their contracts during the negotiation stage so that errors are more easily recognised. Alerts are also available to highlight when contracts are missing vitally important information. 

Deepen client relationships

By helping clients to upskill in legal technology and by offering them a self-serve solution to create and draft their own documents, lawyers are able to have a whole new way in which to add value to their clients and interact with them. This undoubtedly helps to entrench client relationships and also has the potential to create new ones.

It’s the future!

Technology is constantly disrupting every business, including law firms! Get ahead now and be ready to add value to your future organisations.

If you want to find out how you can get started with document automation, check out The Ultimate Guide: Document Automation 2022 – Our very own e-book where we provide expert legal tech advice about everything you will need to know and learn.