“Lawyer adaptability to changes in information technology is one key to profitable and successful law practices in the future.”
– Jim Calloway Director of the Oklahoma Bar
It’s hardly an exaggeration to say that much of your transactional work begins with, and results in, documents. And we know that document drafting is largely inefficient, low-end process work that consumes way too much time:
Drafting is exacting. It has to be done properly. Usually, it has to be done quickly. But while the output has to be professional, much of the input, meaning many of the drafting entries related to the matter, are rote.
Your company’s management wants completed deal documents. They certainly distinguish between the high value they place on your skill-intensive services—analysis, counseling, and negotiation—and the far lower value they place on what they see as administrative tasks. Your team is skilled and incisive and your forms work, but there’s little tolerance if others perceive archaic, inefficient processes that could be slowing them down and putting their business at risk. They don’t want document drafting. They want drafted documents.
And they want them now.
There is a solution…
Today, a growing number of in-house lawyers are automating their time-draining drafting processes. They’re removing the inefficiencies of the past. They’re improving quality and responsiveness while shoring up the legal team’s contributions to their company’s growth and success.
Legal document automation gives us the flexibility to respond to increasing workloads, it allows us to keep more work in-house and get matters resolved faster. It improves the communication and workflow between staff members, both within the department and outside of it. Legal document automation eliminates drudgery, helping attorneys work the way we want to work. We did not go to law school to format signature blocks or cut and paste the same hundred changes to a precedent document that we cut and pasted last week.
If your team is ready to start automating time-draining drafting processes and remove inefficiencies, contact Leaflet to find out how you can put our new generation of Legal Document Automation to your advantage.