£50,001 - £60,000 Jobs in Legal technology jobs near Frankfurt Am Main

Found 3 jobs
    • London
    • 60000 - 74000
    • Intapp
    • Posted 6 days ago

    Solution Engineer Intapp is a software house offering a unique platform solution, built from the ground-up for the professional services sector. Over 750 of the world’s leading law firms, accounting practices and economic forums rely on our software. Established in Palo Alto, the birthplace of Silicon Valley, we now employ over 700 people with o...

    • United Kingdom
    • 45000 - 70000
    • Objective Manager
    • Posted 7 days ago

    ObjectiveManager is a dynamic tech company at the cutting-edge of cloud-based enterprise collaboration software. Our software is designed to help professional services firms define business strategy and drive performance, with a primary focus on law firms. We make business plans visible and actionable so that everyone in the firm understands how...

    • London
    • 35000 - 55000
    • Aderant
    • Posted 13 days ago

    At Aderant, we power the world’s leading law and professional services firms. We focus on delivering world class products and services which are developed, marketed, sold, and supported by superior talent. This talent has made us the largest independent provider of law firm technology in the world. As a Conversion Programmer you will work with t...


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Legal technology managers are the 'go-to' points of contact for their practice areas on IT related activities. They are based within the practice areas and are the interface between the legal operations, other legal business services and IT. Technology is transforming the practise of law, and a new landscape of legal service delivery is emerging, where technology enables instant, far-reaching knowledge retrieval and data-driven processes that can deliver efficiencies, analysis, and collaboration in an easy and transparent manner.

Some of the major global law firms face massive challenges in implementing large scale IT systems such as document management and knowledge management systems within the latest cloud technologies. Legal knowledge systems currently include technologies and related processes for: data capture, collation, classification and publishing, and search; legal contract drafting (including automated drafting), checking, collaboration, analysis and archiving/reference. Roles within legal technology range from entry level data processors and network management to head of department responsible for the IT infrastructure worth billions of investment and profitability gains along with the vast international teams involved in all there is regarding legal IT support.