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HomePosts Tagged "legal"

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

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

Like most sectors, the law practice sector has undergone a lot of change throughout the past three years. We have had to reimagine every aspect of not only the

In his regular column, Shaz Aziz, Senior Director Client Solutions and Consulting at Neota Logic, takes us on a journey through the new legal world. This first column gives

By Alex Smith, Global Product Management Lead for iManage RAVN According to Gartner, low-code application development will be responsible for more than 65% of application development activity by 2024. Similarly, Forrester forecasts that

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]AI: the two magical letters of our century. A couple of years ago, artificial intelligence was just in our GPS in our cars and the google translate service. Today,

The Change in the In-house Counseling Position and Role In the last ten years the in-house legal profession has grown rapidly and consistently. Now  approximately 20-25% of lawyers work in-house,

Training in legal technology is gradually finding its way into law schools, even outside the English-speaking world. Still, we need to remain realistic. No matter how progressive they are,