We recently had the pleasure of collaborating with Crafty Counsel to produce a box set of five short videos on legal technology and document automation. The series is aimed at addressing the challenges faced by in-house counsel and we have based the content on what we are seeing and hearing from the industry through our conversations. 

Project Document automation

Our team of document automation specialists have produced three panel discussion style videos providing you with an introduction to automation, the best way to drive user adoption and what a document automation project actually looks like in reality.

What is it, how does it work and what is the future? – introduction to how automation works, types of documents you can automate, how long a project takes to set up and what's next for this technology.

When and how should it be implemented? – insider tips on how to implement an automation project in your firm, pitfalls to avoid, driving user adoption and more.

How a project really works – overview of all the steps involved in an automation project, from what is required in the questionnaire and diligence phase, to post implementation training.

Legal technology and Innovation

Hear from Jo Anderson, our Chief Product Officer, and the product team in two videos which discuss our culture, the development process and what it is like to be part of a legal tech start-up created by a Magic Circle law firm.

Product development in legal tech within a law firm – analysis of how our culture is different from the law firm, how we approach innovation and how we build quality products.

Innovation: how does product development work? – short interviews with the team looking at where we get the ideas from, how we choose the legal content and how we protect your data.

Let us know what you think

The aim of these videos is to deliver useful knowledge, encourage interest in using legal technology and promote the generation of new ideas. We would love to hear your thoughts on the series so please get in touch with the team.

You can watch the full series of videos on the Crafty Counsel site.