Law firms falling behind on technology and client expectations, says PwC report

PwC says top UK law firms need to boost investment in emerging technologies

The UK’s top law firms are not keeping pace with cutting-edge technologies and growing client expectations, according to a new report by PwC.

In a survey of more than half of the UK’s 100 largest law firms by revenue, PwC found that 70% have invested in client collaboration tools and about 40% use automated document production software.

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