Nearly every day lately, I see in-house counsel asking for recommendations of the “best” contract lifecycle management tools for them to implement or how to use artificial intelligence to help handle an overwhelming workload. I recently attended a webinar on “digitally transforming” your law department. Can we first agree that all of these are gigantic and vague projects without precise paths and concrete goals? What do we all know about those kinds of projects? The odds of “success” are very small (partly because success is undefined).
LTH INSIGHTS FOR CORPORATE LEGAL/A SIMPLE THREE-PART TECHNOLOGY STRATEGY FOR LAW DEPARTMENTS IN 2023... AND BEYOND
A Simple Three-Part Technology Strategy for Law Departments in 2023... and Beyond
Published on Tue, January 03, 2023 byDennis Kennedy
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Director, Center for Law, Technology & Innovation Michigan State University College of Law
Dennis Kennedy is the Director of the Michigan State University Center for Law, Technology & Innovation, the author of the book, Successful Innovation Outcomes in Law, and the founder of the Law Department Innovation Library. He writes and speaks frequently on legal innovation and technology topics. He has co-hosted The Kennedy-Mighell Report podcast on legal technology with Tom Mighell since 2006.
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