In the latest episode, attorney Dorna Moini explains how her product, Gavel, enables full intake and workflow automation.

She also explains how lawyers can document their expertise and turn that into revenue-generating products.

In this episode, you will hear about:

  • The importance of automating repetitive tasks, which begins with recording and analyzing repeatable tasks.
  • How innovative document automation has revolutionized traditional legal services.
  • The concept of productizing legal services and how doing this enhances customer experiences.
  • How to use integrations for productizing legal services.
  • The role of artificial intelligence in workflow development, and the importance of quick adaptation in automation projects.

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