How technology can reduce risk and time waste

How technology can reduce risk and time waste

Among the legal community there is constant talk of technology. Whether it’s the fear of new legal tech or how you should be using it to enhance your firm, it’s clear that the ever-evolving world of technology is something lawyers need to tackle.

When looking at some of the potential advantages of new technologies one of the most beneficial that comes to mind is streamlining your work flow, such as enabling access to the multitude of legal forms you need through your firm’s case management system (CMS). Practitioners are time poor and need to be more efficient. Finding the forms needed can be very time consuming and you can’t always be sure the forms you find are the most up to date.

In a new, unique partnership, LexisNexis and leading UK case management software, Osprey Approach, have teamed up to enable its customers to access more than 4,000 continuously monitored and updated forms with LexisSmart Forms.

The new partnership will see Osprey’s developer, independent software provider Pracctice Limited, integrate its cloud-based case management software with LexisSmart Forms.

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About the author:

Hannah is one of the Future of Law blog’s digital and technical editors. She graduated from Northumbria University with a degree in History and Politics and previously freelanced for News UK, before working as a senior news editor for LexisNexis.