Technology

Legal prediction bot developers working on 80 per cent accuracy model

Law bot founders challenge lawyers in man versus machine contest

Robot lawyers are still a long way away

Users of legal apps must be aware that these are essentially automated McKenzie friends, not trained and regulated solicitors, says Pippa Allsop

The benefits of moving to the cloud

The recent spate of cyber attacks has highlighted the dangers of inadequate security processes for law firms, says Joshua Lenon

The human ‘why’ of the legal business

In the rush to embrace new technology, lawyers can forget that what clients are really seeking is a supportive relationship, writes Dr Bob Murray

Making the impossible possible

Generating reliable leads is a perennial challenge for law firms; now a group of Cambridge graduates look like they might have come up with a solution

Online court 2018: A play

Kerry Underwood envisions the future of McKenzie friends and online trials for civil disputes

'Phishy' emails

Training staff to spot suspicious emails can combat Friday afternoon fraud, says Vanessa Crawley