Zev Eigen, Littler's Global Director of Data Analytics, and Ron Dolin, Senior Research Fellow at Harvard Law School Center on the Legal Profession and an Adjunct Assistant Professor at the University of Notre Dame School of Law, discuss the current and future state of technology in law.
Zev and Ron explore why and how attorneys should become better consumers of technology. They consider the extent to which artificial intelligence can complement the strategic work performed by lawyers. Zev and Ron address how GCs can decide on outside counsel and how firms are adjusting their technology processes to meet modern client needs. Listeners will also hear about specific tech developments that may affect the legal field in the short term.