ILTA's Legal Technology Future Horizons Project Launches Industry-wide Survey
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ILTA logoGlobal survey focused on future business applications of technology and timelines of new and emerging legal technologies

The International Legal Technology Association (ILTA), a peer networking organization focused on maximizing the value of legal technology, announced the administration of a global survey to support the ILTA Legal Technology Future Horizons: Transformational Forces Project (ILTA Future Horizons), a thought leadership initiative focused on the future of technology for legal.

The global research study conducted by ILTA’s project partner Fast Future Research Limited (Fast Future) looks at the potential impact of new and emerging technologies for law firms and the resulting strategic priorities over the next 10-15 years. The survey is open to all legal professionals thru August 31.

The survey comprises two questionnaires, one focused on business applications and the other on possible timelines during which technologies could impact the legal sector.

Survey responses from the global legal community will help identify:

  • Key driving forces shaping business and the legal profession
  • Timelines of future IT developments
  • Impact of IT advances on tomorrow’s legal organizations
  • Role and management of IT in tomorrow’s legal organizations
  • Strategic IT imperatives specific to law firms, legal departments and technology providers

 Each survey questionnaire takes between 8-15 minutes to complete and is open to all legal professionals and technologists globally. Interim findings from the ongoing research will be reported at ILTA 2013 in Las Vegas on August 20th, and the final report will be presented at ILTA’s INSIGHT conference in London on November 14th and made available to the public following the event.

In appreciation of participation, ILTA will donate US$1.00 for each completed response to a global, humanitarian charity.


"This global survey explores how advances in information technology might disrupt and transform the legal sector and how this will specifically impact the law firm,” said Rohit Talwar, CEO, Fast Future Research Limited, and lead researcher of the ILTA Future Horizons Project and the survey.

The ILTA Future Horizons research focuses on the emerging technology timeline, major drivers shaping the business landscape and the future of the legal sector. The study is lead by Fast Future’s CEO and futurist thought leader Rohit Talwar, who advises global companies, governments and associations on how to develop innovative future growth strategies.

Link for business applications survey:

Link for timelines survey:

Project sponsors include AccessData, BigHand, BillBLAST, Microsoft, Mimecast and Thomson Reuters.


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