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The legal sector was changing, but it was more of a steady, controlled evolution. Driven in part by GDPR, slowly firms were rethinking how they managed data. As we entered 2020 city centre offices were the busy heart of most law firms, and paper case files and manual processes were still prevalent. Driven mainly by the paper bundles needed in court.
But then the COVID-19 lockdown gripped the UK, and suddenly most sectors were forced to rethink their business models to allow them to continue working.
That started important internal workflows, were jeopardised by the empty offices.
Could not be accessed remotely from home.
Were highlighted as unmanageable, as admin staff were increasingly placed on furlough.
UK Top 50 Legal Firm
A global law firm has predicted that as many as 80% of its workforce will remain transient or permanently working from home after the Covid-19 crisis ends, with only around a fifth being full-time office workers.
Two of the City's most powerful firms have called an end to the daily commute by allowing staff to permanently split their time between home and the office after the COVID crisis.
Around 114,000 jobs in the legal sector are likely to become automated in the next 20 years as technology transforms the profession.
Live file scanning for the Legal sector.
Classification and categorisation of services.
Cost-effective, can be embedded or integrated with your management system.
Off-site service managing hard copy post and email inboxes.
Confidential destruction for homeworking solution.
Office reconfiguration and office relocation service.
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