The annual litigation and practice support survey is designed by ILTA staff and volunteers (I’m thrilled to be among those volunteers), and it is intended to capture meaningful data points that reflect the work and trends of litigation support professionals across the legal industry.
This year the survey seeks to examine everything from law firm cost recovery models to billing preferences and preferred training deliverables. The survey also gathers information about the processes that are performed in-house at a law firm versus those that are outsourced to service providers, as well as more specific processes relating to the e-discovery lifecycle.
New to the survey this year are questions about the use of generative artificial intelligence and large language models. With all of the buzz around these emerging technologies, it is important to ILTA and the legal community to understand how these tools are being used.
So, be a good citizen, help us to gather insights and provide value to the litigation support community, and complete the survey. And good news! The survey is much shorter and streamlined this year.
You can access the survey here
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