The impact of LegalTech and automation systems in law firms and legal departments


The legal industry, although known for its slow adoption on trends, has been gratefully welcoming and recognizing the importance and implementation of technology and automation systems for the daily use of lawyers and legal practitioners.

A traditional legal system consists of multiple roles including that of lawyers and technologists, process/project managers, financiers, operation managers, data analytics professionals and paraprofessionals- all who work manually. This states that the traditional methods of practice are time-consuming that also require additional efforts.

It is particularly important for the legal industry to keep up with the technological developments because of the competition and client demand that seeks more efficiency in order to provide improved legal service.

We created Casengine to provide a digital solution to the lawyers and legal practitioners, who can speed up their repetitive work process through workflow automation. According to statistics by Deloitte Legal, the top challenges for corporate legal departments today include reducing and controlling outside legal costs; improving case and contract management; and automating routine tasks and leveraging technology in work processes.

Our bilingual legal practice management system helps in efficiency and reduces some of the less value-add tasks and costs associated with them. As a result, law firms are able to meet the external pressure to deliver more with less, to showcase their skills and value and to stay ahead in a competitive, modern world.

Additionally, Casengine’s exclusive features help law firms and legal departments maximize revenue through enhanced productivity of the employees. Workflow automation, team collaboration, interactive calendar, email notifications and reminders, reports, timesheet and billing are some of the most appreciated and top used features in our system.

Our goal is to automatize the interface of legal industry consumption, making an impact on the practice of law and the administration of justice overall, along with easing the workload off the legal practitioners who can focus more on their legal tasks.