A lot of attorneys who start law firms become paralyzed when it’s time to make technology choices.
There are an overwhelming number of options, or, alternatively, maybe it feels like nothing is a fit. How do you get over the hump?
We invited Kerri Koen onto the Non-Eventcast to find out — since she recently started her own estate planning law firm.
Kerri kicked things off by talking about an increasingly common fear for attorneys launching law firms: Will they be replaced by AI? (6:53).
Then, Kerri got into the nitty gritty by addressing some of the common concerns that lawyers have about leveraging new technology (13:07).
Kerri also offered up two important tools that every law firm should consider: document assembly (18:43) and customer relationship management software (23:25).
Finally, Kerri addressed the importance of using automation to more effectively implement intake and client management software, in a streamlined, modern law practice (24:42).
If you’re thinking of launching a new law firm, but are having trouble pulling the trigger on your tech stack, listen to this episode to get yourself out of that rut.
While you’re here, free to also check out Above the Law and LegalTech Publishing’s Document Management and CRM buyers guides to view the latest resources. (The Non-Event is supported by vendor sponsorships.)
Jared Correia, a consultant and legal technology expert, is the host of the Non-Eventcast, the featured podcast of the Above the Law Non-Event for Tech-Perplexed Lawyers.