Lawyers are always considered to be the last one to catch the train of information and communication technologies (ICT). Whether it is automation of legal services or use of contemporary concepts like artificial intelligence (AI), lawyers generally stick to their traditional methods.
However, things are going to change in the near future and lawyers and law firms must be prepared for the same. A gradual shift to ICT is what provides best results. The truth is that disruptive technologies
would change the way legal services and legal process outsourcing (LPO) services would be provided in future.
Take the example of recent disruptive LPO model
of Perry4Law Techno Legal Base (PTLB) that is using open source and disruptive innovations
to change the way legal services are delivered. The model is available to national and international stakeholders
and anyone can avail the techno legal services of PTLB by generating a request at PTLB LPO platform
The process of availing qualitative and world class techno legal services cannot be easier than this. No matter wherever you are located, just create a request and you would get the legal services. In order to help such stakeholders, PTLB has also launched a discussion forum known as PTLB LPO Discussion Forum
We hope national and international stakeholders would fully utilise these platforms for availing techno legal services.