Legal IT Services
Law firms rely heavily on technology and currently utilize a variety of IT products, systems and software. New opportunities for solution providers lie with emerging technologies and solutions that reduce complexity, add capabilities or improve efficiencies. CompTIA provides resources for solution providers to understand the legal industry, its challenges and processes.
Channel Training Guides
Channel training guides walk solution providers through entering and succeeding in the legal market.
Channel Training Sessions
Channel training classes, presented by industry leaders, cover a practical, how-to approach to entering the legal market. All classes can be taken in-person, and many can be taken online. For a complete channel training class schedule, see our channel training calendar.
- Executive Certificate in Legal IT Services (Foundations)
- [+] Quick Start Session to Legal IT Services
Quick Start Session to Legal IT Services
The legal industry presents some unique challenges and opportunities. Gain a solid understanding of legal industry culture, as well as common IT challenges and work processes in the legal environment. Attendees will take away tips that will help them identify the best opportunities for their type of business and help deliver best-in-class services to their legal clients. Session attendees will also receive the CompTIA Quick Start Guide to Legal IT Services.
Find Channel Training Sessions through our Course Locator
CompTIA Market Intelligence
CompTIA research benchmarks business attitudes, purchase plans and technology preferences so solution providers can plan their selling strategy.
Research is available to CompTIA members only.
- [+] Research Study: IT Opportunities in the Legal Services Market
IT Opportunities in the Legal Services Market Published April 2010
As an information-intense industry, the legal services sector invests heavily in technology. Law firms must manage large volumes of information, while maintaining security and preventing data loss. This research study explores the technologies in use in the legal services industry, as well as emerging areas of interest, such as document management and business process automation.