Jack Shepherd explores how whiteboard tools can be an effective and accessible resource for the legal sector.

For many lawyers, word processing, email, document management and document comparison tools, are all essential parts of the legal toolkit. Some may venture into spreadsheets, slides or even project management software and other modern communications tools. But few may have ever used whiteboard tools.

With remote or hybrid working part of the foreseeable future, lawyers will continue to look for ways to make their teams more cohesive. Whiteboard tools can do that, along with bringing improvements to legal work product and client service.

What is a 'whiteboard tool'?

You’ll be familiar with a physical whiteboard. There are apps that replicate this experience, on a screen. They are designed t...

Jack Shepherd
Legal practice lead

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