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

How 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

I, Lawyer: the convenience of artificial intelligence

AI floated into legal circles from computer labs about a decade ago. Ten years on it still has a nebulous aura of complexity and priciness: is it just for City firms, and what exactly does it do

Partnership model and billable hours hinder lawtech adoption

Greater awareness of the potential of lawtech not matched by rate of adoption among la

Seeing through price transparency

Canny conveyancers have long understood the benefits of price transparency, argues Paul Hajek; it’s just a shame the regulators still don’t see how informed consent is nothing withou

Joining-up tech

From client data to cyber-risk prevention, whether a one-off project or a recurring issue, joining-up and integrating tech and IT applications is ultimately the lifeblood of every law firm. Ale

Tales from practice | Reboot successful

Richard Barr receives a panic report involving some dea