Technology

March 30, 2021

Cybersecurity: Attack on Law Firms

Dilara Devin outlines the threat of cybercrime and the challenges that it poses for law firms using modern technology in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic […]
February 22, 2021

Law firms’ relationships with consumers and legal technology. A new era?

By Elizabeth Adeogun   ‘Legal technology’ essentially means the use of technology and software to aid, supplement or replace traditional methods for delivering legal services, or […]
December 24, 2020

Growing Trend of Legal Tech Subsidiaries

Dilara Devin explores the growth of legal technology subsidiaries as law firms are developing their own technology to increase efficiency within the legal sector.   Legal […]
November 23, 2020
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Hyperloop: a giant leap for the transport sector?

An analysis of some recent developments for hyperloop and potential challenges for developers. A milestone was recently reached in the transport sector. Virgin Hyperloop ran its […]
October 31, 2020
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Time ticking for TikTok

Julian Greenaway analyses the key points of the ongoing TikTok saga. TikTok is one of the fastest growing social media apps in the world and is […]
July 26, 2020

The Uberization Of The Legal Industry

Karissa Onye explores the ‘uberization’ of the legal industry, its impact on workers and the possibilities for further innovation in the future. The rapidly expanding economy […]
July 24, 2020

Copyrights: Why should you care?

The protection of intellectual property is becoming increasingly complicated, given the development of new forms of digital content. This article focuses on the novel role of copyrights in light of these changes.
July 6, 2020

The Future of Reader-friendly Policies

Dilara Devin explores how Browne Jacobson LLP and the University of Nottingham have collaborated to find out what makes a policy document more comprehensible and share […]
June 29, 2020

Artificial Intelligence and the Law

Andrew Chan discusses Yuval Noah Harari's description of lawyers as a “useless class” of workers that will eventually be taken over by artificial intelligence. A thought-provoking read!