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
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
Greater awareness of the potential of lawtech not matched by rate of adoption among la
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 informe
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 ultimatel
Richard Barr receives a panic report involving some dea
With established legal software products reaching their end-of-life point, hundreds of law firms suddenly face an unprecedented challenge forcing them to “
The latest set of law reforms about to hit the personal injury market will be particularly hard on the low-value RTA sector. Rachel Rothwell considers what
Lawyer concerned new system could be ‘abused by unscrupulou
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