Technology

E-conveyancing: A huge step in the electronic direction

Mark Johnson reviews Land Registry proposals for the long-awaited introduction of e-conveyancing

Legal AI ‘an equaliser’ for mid-size firms

Smaller legal outfits must find time to explore technology-driven opportunities

The digital revolution meets Dad's Army

The efficient use of technology in criminal courts presents challenges for defence firms as they seek to train an ageing cohort of lawyers, says Adam Makepeace

The technological challenge has only just begun

IT plays a significant role in enabling firms to grow and adapt, but it’s not just about investing in new pieces of software, says Steve Billot

Legal innovators urge peers to overcome fear of breaching regulatory rules

SRA reforms will make legal service delivery in unregulated firms ‘much easier’ in future

The digital revolution meets Dad’s Army

The efficient use of technology in criminal courts presents considerable challenges for defence firms as they seek to train an ageing cohort of criminal practitioners, says Adam Makepeace

The rise of robo-lawyer

Chris Marston explains why law firms, however large or small, can’t afford not to invest in new disruptive technologies