Intelligent Law Firms To Be Automated? | LPI

Intelligent Law Firms To Be Automated? | LPI

CPA Australia's Business Technology Report 2021 and LPI article spur on Tony Brooks, veteran legal technology implementation professional and now CEO of FutureAbility, to champion law firms' causes by donating his intelligent automation course for free to law firm personnel around the world.

The course is designed for partners, lawyers, and legal support personnel looking to understand automation principles and how to leverage smart technology to introduce operational efficiencies within their firms.

Tony Brooks

"The temptation for law firms is to look only at the technology that makes the headlines; that is, robots that attempt the practice of law, such as complex contract review. The focus on processes tends to be less newsworthy – the boring work that involves repetitive, mundane work such as data entry, business workflows, information processing, and reporting. Intelligent automation is founded on the vision that people should only have to focus on those tasks where they can bring unique human value.  My course will guide non-technical people through the jargon, to understand the true opportunities of the 4th industrial revolution." stated Brooks.



The Intelligent Automation: Primer course is hosted on Novum Learning, a micro-learning platform featuring the business of law, technology training, and soft skills courses for legal industry personnel. On completion of the course, the recipient will gain a broader understanding of intelligent automation, which applies artificial intelligence and automation technology to business processes.

There is a limit of 1,000 registrants to access the course as free, available on a first-come, first-served basis. Gain access here.

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