A majority of law firms buy the software they want “off the shelf.”
But there are still a significant number, including large law firms, that build their own software (or invest in technology companies that build software with their needs in mind).
The advantage for law firms is that they get software that perfectly suits their needs. The bad news is that they have to pay to build, update and maintain that software — which isn’t cheap.
In this episode, Non-Eventcast host Jared Correia is joined by Raymond Asiimwe, the Founder and Managing Partner of Bytelex Advocates, to discuss law firm technology needs — and when to buy and when to build.
How law firms can maximize technology – 1:35
Making decisions to put the right technology in your law firm – 2:38
Buying the shiny object – 4:33
How you decide as a law firm what technology you need – 9:23
Building the systems that we want – 10:43
How to decide who to hire – 14:34
A real mindset change for lawyers – 17:37
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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.