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SURVEY REPORT

Are you missing out on modernization?

Your peers have spoken: According to our recent survey, 92% of in-house and 84% of law firm practitioners are prioritizing litigation modernization in the wake of ever-increasing volume and complexity in today’s litigation tasks.

Access our survey report, Mandate to Modernize: A Deep Dive into Priorities for Litigators in 2024which includes analysis of responses from over 200 leading in-house and law firm litigators. Responses reveal how data and AI initiatives, performance metrics, operational governance and more are contributing to a dramatic shift in how (and by whom) work is getting done, with an emphasis on:

  • Analysis of what the data is telling us
  • How generative AI is fueling modernization
  • Transforming the litigation function
  • Easing budget friction with smarter resourcing
  • Measuring the effectiveness of modernization

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We sought to understand the inner-workings and specific concerns of litigators as they look to modernize their practices. Our survey report, Mandate to Modernize: A Deep Dive into Priorities for Litigators in 2024, provides a synthesis of the responses from over 200 leading litigators working in today’s increasingly bottom-line-driven landscape, both in-house and within law firms. 

Get the survey report for the complete deep dive into the responses.

In-House

92% of respondents say modernizing their litigation function is a key priority​


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Law Firm

84% of respondents say modernizing their litigation function is a key priority​


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Respondents are using or plan to use AI

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Firms are using or plan to use AI

82% of respondents say budget pressures are impacting how they resource litigation work

91% of respondents say budget pressures are impacting how they resource litigation work

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In Their Own Words:

Survey Report - Priorities for Litigators in 2024