Arguments for and against the robot jury

Debate for and against juries is raging, with some arguing the jury system is in need of an overhaul. But whether artificial intelligence will improve the system by acting as a more neutral decision-maker remains to be seen

Are we sleepwalking into an AI police state?

Predictive analytics enabling law enforcement to identify “high-risk” areas has highlighted ethical and legal quandaries

How video games are pushing the boundaries of IP law

man playing video games

Video games are a fast-moving medium, so much so that they’re outpacing some aspects of copyright law

Why the patents system needs a revamp

Lack of a universal patent system to protect intellectual property leaves innovating companies open to potentially ruinous infringements

How technology is granting public access to justice

Technology has the potential to democratise the law, opening up judgments and representation to the under-represented

Predictive analytics for lawyers: a five step process

Developing a successful strategy for predictive analytics lies in knowing a balance between big data and people

Including general counsel could prevent scandal

Danske Bank of Denmark announced last month that more than €200 billion in laundered, illegal money had passed through its Estonia branch’s coffers

The world’s most exciting legal tech hubs

While America is widely regarded as the home of pioneering legal technology, innovative law firms, practitioners and startups are proliferating around the world