As a legal professional, you can agree that reading good books is the best way to stay stay educated about the industry and to be on top of the inevitable changes that happen. As well as keeping abreast on issues emerging in the near and the far future.
We all saw how the unfortunate COVID19 pandemic pushed a lot of companies towards digital transformation, where e-signature played a crucial role.
You can witness that advanced tech solutions are becoming an essential parts of almost every contemporary industry. Traditional ones are recognizing the benefits of the software tech assistants while the new industries are built on them.
Have you ever taken the time to decipher the legalese of a contract? How about a dozen? Every day lawyers are left trying to complete contracts without a standardised process, which raises the importance of efficient legal contract management.
Property technology, better known as Proptech, has become one of the major topics that are discussed in the real estate market with billions of dollars invested towards innovating and enhancing it.
In fact, the first two quarters of 2019 witnessed record-breaking investments of $12.9 billion streamed into proptech advancements.
Legal tech is becoming increasingly popular among big players in the legal sector and among the influencers and leaders of this sector. We can agree that there are many advancements in it and that it is bringing the sector to adapt to modern changes. However, in this article, we will walk you through the return of investment in different types of those legal techs and how beneficial they can be for your practice both in the short and long term.
Not only are we in the digital era, but we’re also in the era that brings awareness to our planet. Reducing emissions and the use of fossil fuels, we are learning more and more about ways to reduce our carbon footprint. Let alone how the COVID19 pandemic has helped this reduction.
The law of supply and demand is reshaping the global labor market again. There is an incredible rise in remote work practices and that is transforming the way companies operate and build their cultures.
This year, creativity was named the most important skill in the world by Linkedin Learning. But as the learning platform argues, the ability to work creatively doesn’t mean everyone needs to know how to draw, design or write.
“Yes, an artist could be creative,” reads the article. “But so could a software engineer, a mathematician, a salesperson or a CEO.”
That’s because simply put: creativity means knowing how to solve a problem in a novel way.