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Legal Innovation

Oct, 2019

Can machines reach more trusted verdicts than juries? The Legal Innovation special report, published in The Times, covers the debate for and against the jury system, how robo-mediators might become the norm to help solve common legal problems and co-parenting issues, and the changing day-to-day lives of junior lawyers as automation becomes implemented in law firms. It explores the complicated patenting process with the cross-pollination of ideas and technologies in the autonomous vehicles market. Finally, it covers how in-house legal departments are becoming valued decision-making partners within large enterprises.


In-house legal departments are becoming valued partners within large enterprises, and are increasingly being called upon for their input on business decisions. From data privacy management to regulatory risk mitigation, general counsels now provide a host of vital services for  companies to compete in today's uncertain business environment