How I help clients navigate the world of AI
Bird & Bird senior associate Will Bryson discusses his work in the firm’s tech transactions team
Why we need to take a closer look at ‘loot boxes’
Aspiring barrister Georgia Keeton-Williams on why more needs to be done to protect children from in-game currencies
Navigating bias in generative AI
Nottingham PPE student Charlie Downey looks at the challenges around artificial intelligence
Improving access to justice – is AI the answer?
Jake Fletcher-Stega, a recent University of Liverpool law grad explores the potential for technology to enhance legal services
Will AI replace lawyers?
Technology associate Phillippa Stubbs considers whether the rapid evolution of large language models means the end of legal careers
HSF launches ‘academy’ to help clients understand emerging tech
Metaverse, blockchain, NFTs and more
Could robots replace junior lawyers?
Solicitor Baljinder Singh Atwal takes a look at five legal tasks that could be done by technology
How tech is changing legal research
Stephanie Lawrence, Product Manager at LexisNexis UK, speaks about AI and how it helps her team create more user-friendly tools for lawyers and law students
Master of the Rolls: AI tools such as ChatGPT will likely transform the work of lawyers and judges
'We will all have to get with the programme', says Sir Geoffrey Vos
SRA chief asks ChatGPT what future holds for SQE — AI bot defers to regulator
Paul Philip confirms exams won't change in light of tech advances
Westminster Uni academic uses ChatGPT to pass contract law exam
But only just -- bot performs as an average law student, Dr Ioannis Glinavos finds
Court case held in the metaverse
Participants use VR headsets and interact via avatars
What does digital transformation mean for women in law?
MSc student and qualified Turkish lawyer Öznur Uğuz considers how advancements in tech help and hinder the current gender gap
Gowling launches TC tech seat with secondment to AI start-up
Goal of creating young lawyers who 'stand out'
How a serial tech entrepreneur is transforming a global law firm
Legal Cheek’s Will Holmes sits down with Gerard Frith, Taylor Wessing’s Entrepreneur in Residence, to discuss how technology is changing the legal profession
Ahead of the curve: How law firms are preparing their clients for the next big thing
Osborne Clarke’s Catherine Hammon explains how she got into digital transformation and why being a knowledge lawyer means always staying one step ahead
How to shape the future as a tech lawyer
M&A lawyer and UK head of Linklaters’ technology sector Derek Tong discusses his experience helping tech companies realise their ground-breaking visions for the future
The journey from legal publisher to tech giant
Head of brand and communications at LexisNexis, Matthew Leopold, discusses the new, user-friendly tools the company has created to make the law more accessible
Is the smart money on ‘smart contracts’?
Law student Tanzeel ur Rehman considers some of the drawbacks of self-executing agreements
The rights and wrongs of life in the metaverse
Future trainee William Holmes takes stock of the various legal issues emerging in the virtual world