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

Does your company need a specialist technology lawyer?

In-house technology lawyers have a pivotal role to play in the development and marketing of innovative tech products

A day in the life of the future lawyer

In just a decade, a day in the life of a leading lawyer will be transformed by legal technology

Why are so many talented lawyers moving in-house?

Lawyers are increasingly turning their backs on private practice and choosing to work in-house for corporations and other organisations

How AI and analytics made the billable hour redundant

It has been blamed for blocking business development and for penalising efficiency, yet despite its drawbacks, the billable hour has managed to persist in the legal profession

Q&A: Why offer pro bono legal representation?

Graham Huntley pro bono q & a

It’s hard to think of two places less alike than a Jamaican jail and the City of London. So why does Graham Huntley, a specialist in commercial and banking litigation, and chairman of the Capital Cases Charitable Trust, defend prisoners in the Caribbean?

A case study in business transformation

Fortitude and forward thinking to grasp business opportunities

One of America’s most powerful female lawyers tells Raymond Snoddy how she oversaw two successful mergers which transformed her law firm