Creative use of IT can support new ideas and help legal work become more efficient

The Solicitors Regulation Authority recently published a report on IT and Innovation and their commitment to help solicitors and law firms develop their businesses in new ways. An innovative legal sector is essential for delivering the efficient, affordable services the public needs.

 

The report shows you:

  • how IT can help your firm compete and grow
  • why we are interested in firms’ use of IT
  • firms that are using IT to support innovations
  • how you can make the most of your IT, while making sure your data is protected
Read the full report below:

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March 2016 This report highlights how we are committed to helping solicitors and law firms develop their businesses in new ways. An innovative legal sector is essential for delivering the efficient, affordable services the public needs. Read below Download (PDF 13 pages, 238K) We are committed to helping solicitors and law firms develop their businesses in new ways.

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