Report: Legal Document Creation in the New Post-Pandemic Age
Document creation is the bread and butter of law firm service delivery. But what impact has the global pandemic and remote working had on legal documents?

See why standardising legal document production and assessing your tech stack is crucial in the current climate.

What's in the report?

Hear what law firms and legal organisations including Cozen O'Connor, Osborne Clarke, Gould and Ratner, Katten Muchin Rosenman, the Document Excellence Group and the Association of Legal Administrators say about the evolving process of legal document creation, and what it is likely to look like in a post-pandemic law firm.

Key topics include:
• The impact of remote working on legal document creation and productivity levels
• How to tackle document security implications and going paperless
• Why firms should be wary of lawyers attempting more administrative work from home
• If law firms will use this time as an opportunity to modernise their processes for longer-term success

Tara Farhad
Director - Support Services, North America, BigHand
Michael Kotel
Director of Service Delivery, Cozen O’Connor
Jeanne Kowalski
Document Specialist, Gould & Ratner
Carmel Farrell
IT Trainer, Dillon Eustace
Stuart Chapman
Head of IT Applications, Osborne Clarke
Gavin Curtis
Head of Information Technology, Town Legal
Carol S. Heneghan
Desktop Applications Manager, Katten Muchin Rosenman
April Campbell
Interim Executive Director, ALA