Techy students defend their lawbot
Reed Smith’s Shannon Diggory reports from the City frontline
Will all the positions be gone by the time I qualify?
We’re at a stage where Amazon Echo is a witness in a murder trial
Pinsent Masons partner Richard Masters draws on 30 years of practice to forecast what comes next
Solicitor super-exam is golden opportunity for law schools to make their students more techy, legal education expert says
Future lawyers ‘must be able to effectively use technology’
‘Robot lawyer’ created by Cambridge students will now answer your legal problems via Facebook Messenger
LawBot X predicts claim outcomes and boasts 71% success rating
Make way for the internet age of legal education
Oxford PPE student warns that Oxford law students risk being ‘left behind’ because their degree is too traditional
Law schools need to adapt, even the best ones
Hogan Lovells partner Jon Chertkow on what the second Payment Services Directive (PSD2) and Open Banking could mean for everyday banking
Legal tech is a long story of incremental change, not revolution
Tom Connelly and Katie King interview the legal profession’s foremost technology expert
Robots could do admin work Cambridge double-first associates don’t want to do, Law Society report states
Will ‘automation’ be the buzzword of 2017?
In defence of Net Neutrality
King of Brexit legal challenge gives law tech the thumbs up
Travers Smith’s Dan Reavill views the opportunities today as even brighter than the dotcom boom years
Richard Susskind champions ‘entirely new’ lawmaking process, then tells Lords ‘I’m not as radical as you might think’
The legislature is not broken but could be a lot better
Meet the law graduate whose passion for vlogging helped her reach triple training contract offer glory
From De Montfort University to law students’ dream hat-trick
Reasons to be concerned
Finding the limits of AI’s advancement in the English common law
Don’t trash the e-mails you receive from Facebook
Graduates “ill-prepared” for everyday legal work, says top futurologist
Legal Cheek Careers meets two solicitors leading the way in lawtech and fintech
Uncertainty not helped by coming online justice revolution
Lawyers being replaced by technology, should we be scared?
Criminal law-themed “immersive learning experience” coming to lecture theatres soon
Forget Tesco law, now is the time for eBay law
What does it all mean for aspiring lawyers?
Boom time expected for lawyers as Pokémon Go sweeps nation, with legal actions multiplying in its wake
Will the ‘augmented reality’ game be the new Article 50?
Community-based organisation tries its hand at online game design
Staffordshire University-led research hopes to revolutionise the way lawyers present criminal cases in court
Online initiative is debuted in US, and gets a big thumbs up from UK lawyers
Who regulates robots?