Automio holds law firm automation webinar

The hour-long event will discuss the common factors holding firms back from automating processes

Automio holds law firm automation webinar

International legaltech company Automio is holding a law firm automation webinar aimed at addressing the common factors holding firms back from automating processes.

The company believes that taking the step towards automation is about being ready to embrace change, rather than about having technological prowess.

“If there’s anything 2020 has taught us, it’s that the time to make lasting, impactful change to the way we do law is now,” Automio said, pointing to the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the profession.

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Most firms have adopted remote work setups that could become the new normal, and according to a recent report by top firm Chapman Tripp, courts have maintained some digitalised processes like electronic filing and file management even though restrictions imposed as a result of the pandemic have already loosened. This indicates that the legal industry has been acclimatising itself to the implementation of more technology.

However, many firms are also challenged by not knowing where and how to begin when it comes to automation. Automio’s webinar looks to address questions about the process by tackling topics such as:

  • how to create an automation plan for your firm
  • what innovative firms are doing with automation
  • how to build a firm that doesn’t rely on you

The event begins at 12pm on Wednesday, and will be led by Automio founder Claudia King.

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