Business case is critical for new tech legal investments


Toronto technology and business lawyer Peter Murphy admits many law firms could benefit from new information technologies, but he doesn’t advise them to rush into projects without aligning them to the firm's objectives through a solid business case.

Murphy, a partner with Shibley Righton LLP, says when he started out, email was the new kid on the legal technology block. Much has changed over the last two decades, but because of the nature of their profession, lawyers often view new developments in technology with suspicion.

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