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A charity breakfast taking place in London on 25th March will seek to better understand the painpoints in the Access to Justice landscape along with the scale of the problem, and then challenge the LegalTech community to help do something about it. Spearheaded by BamLegal’s Catherine Bamford, the event is a starting point through which the LegalTech community can better understand where the problems lie, before moving on to consider how LegalTech could help.…
Access to Justice and how the Legal Tech community can help An event taking place in London on 25th March will seek to better understand the painpoints in the A2J landscape. The aim is then to support those of us involved in redesigning the way legal services are delivered to identify how we might use our skills to improve access to justice. To find out more visit the Personal Support Unit website. £13m grant…
A lawyer’s guide to advising clients in the event of a no deal Brexit Andrew Eaton writes in Legal Cheek about how the sudden legal severance of UK law from EU law presents unique issues of interpretation for lawyers. DWF to go ahead with £600m stock market float The Gazette reports that DWF has confirmed that it will become the latest legal services businesses to float on the London Stock Exchange. Podcast: Mark Cohen’s Strategies…
I, For One, Welcome Our New Robot Lawyer Overlords Nicole Black writes in Above the Law: about robot lawyers, and recommends Data-Driven Law: Data Analytics and the New Legal Services, as a good place to learn more about services already out there. “Ready or not, the robot lawyers are coming. Or not. It really depends on who you ask.” Inspire.Legal™: A New Legal Tech Conference Laser-Focused on Problems, Not Just Solutions Joe Green…
Building on the success of last years scheme, the 2019 Legal Geek Women in LawTech Mentoring Scheme has already received over 60 applications. The programme focuses on connecting, educating and inspiring women through a 6-month mentoring scheme. With just a few days to go until the application deadline, and with a large number of high quality mentees looking to be matched with mentors, we caught up with programme leader Ivy Wong to find out what…
Linklaters begins moving associates into permanent tech roles Andrew Messios writes in LegalWeek that Linklaters is looking for tech savvy associates to leave the partner track and move into permanent roles in its specialist tech operation Nakhoda. Two tribes go to war According to Joanna Goodman writing in the Gazette: “Legal tech proponents are dividing into opposing camps. One says the industry should stay within its comfort zone, the other can’t wait to…
ABA Survey: Only 10 Percent of Law Firms Are Currently Using AI LegalTech News reports that an American Bar Association’s report found that only 10 Percent of Law Firms are Currently Using AI, and that AI usage is greater among large firms, while smaller firms are uncertain about what benefits AI offers law. Podcast: Making Legal Research Better, with Judicata Founder Itai Gurari In this episode of LawNext, Itai Gurari speaks with host Bob Ambrogi…
Legal’s 2019 Tech Challenge: Getting Everyone on the Same Page Rhys Dipshan writes in Corporate Counsel that whilst the key driving forces behind legal tech investments this year will continue to be price-consciousness and efficiency, firms will continue to adopt technologies at different speeds, “sometimes with little forethought of integration” between in-house counsel and law firms. Notes From A Legal Industry Binge (Part 2) Zach Abramowitz writes in Above the Law – making the case…
2018 feels to me to be the year that interest in Legal Technology has hit the mainstream. Looking back to my early posts in 2017 there would be only a handful of legal tech stories each week that I pulled together in the Sunday Review and it would be a relatively simple task. In fact in the early days there was so little news that I quickly switched to publishing every other week rather than…