The blacksmith crafts the sword and the knight wields it.
So why do we expect lawyers to be information architects?
Building a contract database is 90% information architecture, 10% legal expertise.
Most lawyers are decidedly not information architects, and that’s totally fine. It’s the finished product that unlocks their greatest capabilities.
Don’t misuse their time by making them spend months implementing a contract management system.
You'll waste money and probably end up with a blunt edge. Good luck slaying dragons with that.