Recent statistics released by arbitration institutions show an explosion in investment and commercial arbitration caseloads, which have almost doubled in the past eight years. By 2019, the Global Arbitration Review estimated the arbitration market among the top 30 firms was worth over US$2 trillion.
As law firms attempt to grow, expand, and remain competitive in the expanding arbitration environment, they must perform a balancing act of time and cost expenditure across three main challenges: (1) Growth (2) Quality (3) Knowledge Demands.
So how should these challenges be addressed?
Read this white paper to understand how Artificial Intelligence tools can augment legal content, enabling arbitration lawyers to save time, keep costs low to clients, and thereby maintain a competitive advantage in the market.