It seems only yesterday that cutting-edge technology in the legal sector was defined by souped-up search engines (e-discovery) and document management systems (matter management). Genuine innovation and true high technologies seemed out of place in law firms. Even today, many law firms remain paper-centric and look askance at things such as cloud computing and AI. But a changing of the guard is underway as law school graduates from the late 2000s now become partners and general counsels. In short, Millennials are taking over, and with that change comes a sudden and jarring shift in attitude toward technology. Far from rejecting it, younger lawyers are embracing it with open arms. Witness the recent Legal Week event in New York City. Though always a big conference, it typically has been dominated by dated and dowdy technology vendors; this year, it was awash with sellers touting the wonders of AI.

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Work Intelligence Market Analysis 2024-2029