Briefing on: Legal IT in 2013

Where does legal IT go next?

What kind of technologies – and technology strategy – will the big law firms be turning to in the years ahead? What’s on the cards for legal IT in 2013, with all its near-term threats and opportunities? 

Briefing on: Legal IT in 2013

What do the UK’s top IT directors think of tablet computing and its ability to reshape legal IT? And who are all these awesome tech leaders? Find the answers to all these questions (to some extent, at least) within this issue..

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What's in this issue?

Interview: Gareth Ash, chief information officer at Allen & Overy, talks to Rupert White talks about how the biggest law firms are using IT to drive their strategies.

Feature: On top of an interview with the CIO of one of the world’s biggest and best firms, A&O, noted IT writer Joanna Goodman gazes into her crystal ball to find out what 2013’s hottest IT topics will be. Featuring interviews with IT leaders at Burges Salmon, Bond Pearce, Clarke Wilmott, Dundas & Wilson, Foot Anstie and Taylor Wessing.

Plus: Our survey of the UK's top 100 IT chiefs' views on whether iPads and the like will transform legal IT. Answer in a nutshell: probably.

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