Today’s legal landscape is faster and more competitive than ever before with demand for legal services increasing alongside the pressure for legal departments to be more efficient and responsive, while minimising risk. Leveraging artificial intelligence (AI) technology to meet these demands is the only way for General Counsel and Legal Operations Managers to effectively streamline end-to-end workflows.
A fundamental place to start is legal intake and matter management
Legal intake and matter management are critical functions of any legal department. The Thomson Reuters State of the Corporate Law Department 2023 Report showed that more than three in five (65%) legal departments have seen a rise in the number of matters they manage, while more than half (59%) are dealing with flat or decreasing budgets.
It’s no surprise that cost control and improving efficiencies are among the top priorities ahead for almost two in five respondents (39%) across all sectors in the Asia Pacific region.
Open the door to a better workflow
Thomson Reuters’ Getting Started with Legal Intake and Matter Management, is a valuable guide for in-house lawyers to learn about the AI tools available to manage workflow, visibility and reporting with ease.
The guide includes insights to:
- Improve your decision-making powers
- Unlock your team’s potential
- Harness the power of artificial intelligence (AI)
- Consider for innovation adoption
Download your complimentary copy of the guide by completing the form on this page.
Read about other tech tools for your legal department, such as document automation and contract lifecycle management.
You can also access Thomson Reuters’ latest report: 2023 State of the Corporate Law Department