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Legal Innovation

Nov, 2018

Can the law keep us safe if it does not move with the times? In the data age, where cyber-threats lurk around every corner and human skills are increasingly being called into question, legal technology may be the answer. The Legal Innovation special report, published in The Times, imagines a day in the life of the future lawyer, questions whether artificial intelligence will kill the billable hour and explores how “true crime” shows are impacting the criminal justice system. Also featured is a review of the world’s top legal tech hubs, an infographic on cybersecurity and comment on whether a truly modern legal department would have helped Danske Bank avoid difficulty


From phishing and social engineering to malware and the theft of client information, increasing cyber-risks to law firms mean security processes and protocols need to be top notch and kept up to scratch with the fast-evolving threat landscape