Technology

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!
June 17, 2020

Big Tech and Governmental Regulation: is the Demand Over?  

Niki Saberi-Oskoui assesses the need to regulate the Big Tech sector.
June 4, 2020

Cyber-Crime and Covid-19

Zara Yusuf assesses the risk of cyber-crime during the Covid-19 pandemic.
March 6, 2020
Money

Recent developments in UK banking

Vincent Guereca-Adair discusses some of the most recent developments in UK banking and what this could mean for the sector. 
March 6, 2020
Roads

Uber joins growing number of automobile companies testing self-driving cars

Mayank Tripathi reports on the recent news that Uber's licence to test self-driving cars has been reinstated and explores the commercial and legal issues at stake.
February 26, 2020
legal tech

The Legal Tech Race: How Law Firms are Harnessing the Latest Innovations

As any student lawyer will know, legal tech is an increasingly important area for law firms looking to stand out in the competitive legal services market. […]
February 19, 2020
TFLWU - 18th Nov

The Future Lawyer Weekly Update – w/c 17th February

Ellena Mottram and Emma Ducroix report on the latest stories a budding student lawyer should be aware of this week.
February 13, 2020

Breaking Up Big Tech: Why are U.S. antitrust laws changing towards global big tech companies?

Big tech firms play a central role in the lifestyle of people in the 21st century. Legislators, acknowledging their power, now tighten their operations through antitrust laws. This article details the impact of such legislative shifts on the big tech firms themselves.