Cool tech for in-house counsel? Who wouldn’t want that? Sterling Miller provides some excellent pointers if you are an in-house counsel comfortable with “techmology”. Know of other cool tech for in-house counsel? Let Sterling know in the comments to his article. Remember, great efficiencies can be achieved for law departments without breaking the budget – low-cost thinking can lead the way.
“Well, it’s that time of year again. Every August for the last several years I have devoted a “Ten Things” blog post to talking about super useful technology for in-house lawyers. Fortunately, there is always more cool tech to talk about and this year is no different. That said, if you want to go back and revisit some of the past cool tech blogs click here (2016, 2017, 2018). The ground rules are the same as always: (1) I receive no compensation for these recommendations, they’re just things I think in-house lawyers (any lawyers really) will find useful and helpful; (2) I try to focus mostly on free or low-cost technology – no breaking the bank for the most part; and (3) generally, everything I discuss should work for in-house lawyers anywhere in the world, not just the USA (if there is an exception, I’ll note it)…With that in mind, this edition of “Ten Things” discusses some of the coolest technology out there for in-house lawyers, things that will make your life a little easier and, hopefully, more productive:”
Read: Ten Things: Cool Tech for In-House Counsel (2019 Edition) at Ten Things You Need To Know as In-House Counsel