Legal tech is changing how lawyers do their work, especially for junior associates and trainees. Catherine Bamford of BamLegal talks us through the changes, and helps us bust some legal tech myths.
We speak to BamLegal CEO and founder Catherine Bamford about the rise of legal tech, and how it can help junior lawyers and trainees starting out in their careers. We also discuss the likelihood of legal tech replacing human lawyers (spoiler alert: not likely), and learn about some of the most promising legal tech tools.
BamLegal's purpose is to improve the delivery of legal services for all. This mission includes helping law firms, inhouse legal departments, lawyers, clients, the 80% plus of people and small businesses who cannot afford legal services, and the next generation of law students and legal engineers entering the legal world.
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