2010 InsideLegal/ILTA Member Technology Purchasing Survey

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InsideLegal and the International Legal Technology Association (ILTA) recently released the findings of the 7th annual ILTA Member Technology Purchasing Survey (survey). The 2010 survey, which was administered by ILTA and analyzed and published by InsideLegal, focused on feedback from ILTA member law firms with 50 or more attorneys and covered IT budgeting; technology purchasing patterns; selection criteria and influencers; technology trends & IT challenges, and state-of-the-economy questions. The survey, considered by leading legal technologist Dennis Kennedy as the "best resource available for getting hard data on what law firms are actually doing in the area of legal technology", has continued to gain in relevance in our space. The 2010 edition, complete with 43 questions (including 10 new items from last year), was distributed to approximately 610 ILTA member firms, ranging from 50 to 3,000 attorneys, and yielded 109 unique firm responses. 84% of all participating firms came from the U.S., with the remaining 16% originating from Canada, the U.K., Australia, New Zealand and Brazil.

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