With new technologies adopted and processes adapted, fundamentally, the way legal work is delivered has changed for good.
Particularly over the past two years, we’ve seen a focus on enabling lawyers to work remotely, without too much consideration on making sure that the tech is optimised for collaboration, productivity and efficiency.
In this video podcast, we were joined by two legal tech experts in James Hood, Head of IT at Lupton Fawcett and David Jackson, Chief Technology Officer at Stepien Lake, to discuss how they think legal tech strategies will evolve in 2022.
The panel explored:
David has over 20 years' experience working in IT and, is an associate assessor for the Chartered Institute of IT (BCS) and contributes to the grading of IT apprentices, alongside his role as the CTO at Stepien Lake.
Throughout his career, David has dealt with all aspects of IT, security, project management, workflows, work processes and legal accounts (SARs). He also writes a number of expert articles on hardware, software and network issues.
James is an accomplished IT Manager and IT Network Infrastructure and Security Engineer with over 15 years’ experience in the industry.
He has overall responsibility for all elements of Lupton Fawcett's ICT function. His background has been purely client-facing since graduating from college. He now brings this wealth of diverse industrial knowledge to the firm in order to drive its IT strategy and service delivery forwards.