Legal system is failing ‘ordinary people’

Research has found that 58% of people in England and Wales think the legal system is not set up for ordinar

AI: hype or help?

Artificial intelligence has already shown it can help streamline processes but it’s yet to change the way legal services are delivered – that’s the next challenge, says Sophi

SRA calls on tech start-ups to apply for Legal Access Challenge

The Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA), in partnership with innovation foundation Nesta, is calling for expressions of interest in the Legal Acces

There’s no need for large data sets to make analytics work for you

Sophisticated technology tools such as machine learning or block chain are no longer the preserve of City firms, says Robert Camp, as he shares the journey on which his own firm has embarked t

Taming technology and making an ally of regulation

Hart Brown’s CEO Nigel Maud shares his enthusiasm for technology as a tool allowing lawyers to deliver expertise and focus o

Technology could level the playing field

Law firms of all sizes will soon be waking up to the benefits of AI tech, writes Rache

Getting started with AI

Artificial intelligence has burst into the legal services sector and it’s now here to stay, says Stephen Brown as he shares some practical pointers to get yo