Standard processes deliver efficiency and risk management. Personal touch ensures effectiveness. In our business, we need both.
While the legal and technology professions may seem diametrically opposite in many ways, certain functional elements of the roles executed by lawyers and technologists are, perhaps surprisingly, similar.
One example is how both professions have standards or methodologies for stepping through defined processes. Like most conventions, these structured practices are in place for very good reasons, having been tested over time to deliver results that are predictable within a narrow band of risk. Of course, whether a lawyer or technologist, the skilled technician also understands that there will be circumstances that occasionally warrant a personal touch.
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