We are big believers when it comes to using modern legal technologies and AI in providing legal services. Our dedicated Knowledge Management and Innovation Team monitors the clients’ and internal needs for Legal Tech Tools, making sure we have the best solutions for helping our clients succeed in business.

This week Irina Seniut and Mari Haamer from our KMI team presented our document automation experience at the Strategic Knowledge & Innovation Legal Leaders’ Summit showcase, sharing some of the key takeaways and learning points from our journey.

Innovation at the heart of everything we do

We are constantly exploring how to increase our efficiency and offer innovative services to clients and document automation is a part of that effort. We are automating both our internal document templates and also investigating the opportunity to offer document automation to our clients. Over the years this combination of innovation with implementation capabilities has allowed us to develop and deploy a set of Legal Tech Tools uniquely suitable for our needs and clients’ expectations.

Modern legal technologies that we are using daily include:

  • Green Meadow Document Drafter – a document automation tool
  • Luminance, a form of artificial intelligence technology which streamlines M&A due diligence processes
  • xLaw, a knowledge management system helping lawyers enhance efficiency

SKILLS Showcase – largest of it’s kind

Hosted this year by Simpson Thacher & Bartlett, the Strategic Knowledge & Innovation Legal Leaders’ Summit (“SKILLS”) is a privately organised meeting of knowledge management and innovation leaders of the largest global, US, UK and Canadian law firms.

During the showcase, those who have a great legal innovation or KM success story are invited to share it with the group. This year, since the event ran online, the organisers decided to open the SKILLS showcase to the public.

A recording of the SKILLS showcase is available at https://skills.law/.