With a potential recession on the horizon in some places in Europe we thought it would be useful to go through some tips on how to make the most of document automation – and by extension the efficiencies that can be absorbed from it. None
Experiment, learn and iterate. This product management ethos has certainly been the story of my career journey.
Deciding on law
Casting my mind back, I’m doing my A levels and considering next steps. I’m told by my parents, career counsellor and others that law is a “good,
Skylar Young talks with Eric Lundy, Principal Data Scientist at Oracle, about data science, legal tech, and the intersection of the two in the latest instalment of her regular Legal Technologist column. Enjoy!
SY: Eric, thanks so much for offering your time. I think it’s
An increasing number of law firms are hiring lawyers who can code in order to help them optimize their internal processes. It is a unique profile of a person who understands the intersection between law and technology.
I am an IT & Data Protection lawyer at
Introduction – the law-technology pace
It is a common fact that law and regulations cannot keep up with the fast pace and sophistication of technology. The introduction of Virtual Reality (VR) in certain parts of the Danish health sector is testament to this. The Danish
ESG is so much more than just printing and paper usage, however, as the average UK lawyer prints approximately 10,000 pages per year, it’s a good place to start.
At Mills & Reeve we’re navigating the paper mountain and leveraging our ESG goals by embracing the
In recent years, the legal sector has undergone a lot of welcomed change. However, certain aspects in the sector are still quite traditional and can be perceived as dividing. Your colleagues are most often divided into lawyers, or business support. As a lawyer, you are
When I decided (at the sprightly age of 18) to pursue a training contract and become a lawyer, I had really considered only a handful of careers. I knew that I wanted to work in London. I thought (at least, at the time) that I