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 writes for Thomson Reuters about the upcoming Inspire.Legal event – an “unconference” organized by Christian Lang, the founder of the NY Legal Tech Meetup. The event takes place on February 1 at New York Law School.
Legal Tech in the Heartland, Episode 3: Joseph Peiffer, Hiawatha, Iowa
In this episode of Legal Tech in the Heartland, Bob Ambrogi speaks with Joseph Peiffer of Ag & Business Legal Strategies, who specialises in farm bankruptcy and restructuring – eighty-five percent of his clients are farmers.
Podcast: Importance of Policy and Procedure in LitSupport
Ediscovery experts Albert Chen, Shawn McClurg and Jeanette Weir discuss policy and procedure within the EDRM lifecycle of practice technology. Moderated by Phil Weldon they discuss important policies and procedures major firms use today.
Podcast: Ivy Grey on Curiosity and Creativity’s Role in Business
CLOC’s European Institute 2019 – the key takeaways
Legal IT Insider reports on the key takeaways from the conference.
Third edition of the Legal Geek Startup Map is released
The new map is out now, with a different style to previous maps.
It’s here – the long-awaited update to the #LegalGeek Startup Map 🗺️ [currently in BETA] produced with @TRLegalUKI. Check out the 2⃣5⃣0⃣➕ #LawTech startups and scaleups here: https://t.co/gtk1bnyFCh pic.twitter.com/vbRnaR9So4
— Legal Geek (@wearelegalgeek) January 21, 2019
Ethical charter for artificial intelligence in justice
Michael Cross reports in the Gazette that artificial intelligence must not be deployed in justice systems in a way that would contribute to discrimination against individuals or groups under a set of ethical principles adopted by a body of the Council of Europe human rights watchdog.
Artificial Lawyer Announces Launch of Legal Innovators Conference
Artificial Lawyer has announced a new conference – Legal Innovators. Taking place in London on on the 11th October, it is “designed to be of maximum value to all those working at the intersection of technology and the business of law”.