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For many legal businesses, automation may feel like a harder-said-than-done proposition. However, a substantial number of repetitive, rule-based tasks are perfect for automation and freeing attorneys to focus on client facing work and other strategic tasks that generate revenue.

Legal practice automation comes with many advantages. It lets attorneys concentrate on what they have been trained to do, enhances customer service and eliminates the chance of human error. What may not be as obvious is the cost savings that are achievable.

In a time of expensive staffing costs and other expenses Automating a process could mean that you don’t need to add more legal team members. This could allow a small or solo firm to remain competitive while using the same budget as larger firms.

Document automation is an excellent example. Legal teams can create templates for recurring documents such as NDAs, employment paperwork or privacy compliance documents. Instead of spending a lot of time in meetings and sending documents back and forth, they could create and save templates. Once a template is established, the team can self-serve to create the document without the need for an attorney. This means faster processing times for clients, and less rework on part of legal teams.

Automating legal workflows can give legal professionals the tools they need to succeed and improve efficiency. If you’re not sure where to begin, keep the daily log of your work for a week. This will assist you in identifying tasks that can be automated. Find tools that can help you automate these tasks. Implement them slowly so that they don’t disrupt your daily work.