Technology Survey: Law firms must collaborate more, say GCs

Survey: Technology Survey 2017

GCs want firms to adopt more collaborative technology tools

GCs want firms to adopt more collaborative technology tools (Credit: iStock/Ratachynski)

Corporate legal departments across Latin America are demanding greater collaboration from their external legal advisers in terms of sharing data and knowledge and promoting tighter IT integration. LACCA speaks to GCs and tech experts to find out some of the major benefits of the most popular tools as well as how the demand for more alignment is driving change in the delivery of legal services. 

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