Law firms have shown an incredible ability to evolve and change processes to fit the changing legal landscape in the last two years.
In a Law.com article, our friend and client, Attorney William S. Friedlander of Friedlander & Mosher, P.C., writes that law professionals will rely more heavily on technology in a post-pandemic world. He believes new and upcoming legal professionals must understand its potential.
Friedlander notes that virtual communications adopted from necessity during the pandemic will drive permanent changes in trial practice. He says, “court-promoted pandemic plans, such as virtual motion practice, preliminary and compliance conferences, and depositions have proven to be effective and efficient and will likely be adopted as standard practices.”
In addition, Friedlander says time and cost are not the only perks of new virtual communication practices- he believes the recent communication evolution is helping law professionals prepare for a world in which AI and other technologies become normalized.
To read more of Friendlander’s article, click here.
Attorney Friedlander has practiced law for more than 40 years. His practice is primarily devoted to personal injury law and wrongful death. Mr. Friedlander has been named to the Top 100 Best Trial Lawyers by the National Trial Lawyers Association. He has been annually elected as a Super Lawyer for the past five years.