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The Legal Industry Technology and Innovation Roadmap (TIR) was launched by Second Minister for Law Edwin Tong at TechLaw.Fest, an annual conference on law and technology, on 2 Oct 2020. It sets out plans by the Ministry of Law to promote innovation, technology adoption and development in Singapore’s legal industry for the next decade.
These days, competition is too stiff for law firms not to seek out every advantage that will help them more effectively win clients and keep their business. Knowledge management (KM) is an effective way for firms to level up their external services and internal operations. This article shares what a strong KM function can do for your firm.
How to future-proof your personnel – especially in uncertain times. Digital transformation is less about technology and more about people. You can pretty much buy any technology, but your ability to adapt to an even more digital future depends on developing the next generation of skills, closing the gap between talent supply and demand, and future-proofing your own and others’ potential.
The Legal Productivity and Innovation Department (LPI) of the Law Society of Singapore aims to
Increase Competitive Advantage
Promote technology adoption amongst law firms to increase productivity, efficiency and achieve a competitive advantage
Enhance Law Practice
Assist law firms with innovation and capability development initiatives to enhance their practices
Administer grants and subsidy schemes to support the cost of adopting productivity and capability development solutions for the law firms
Our Singapore Law Practices (SLPs) have been deploying technology in their processes to solve business challenges, enhance productivity and meet client demands. Watch this video to hear from 5 SLPs on their tech adoption journeys under Tech-celerate for Law and how it has benefited them thus far.