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

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

How true crime shows are impacting the justice system

Trial by TV is criticised by some, but others insist it has the potential to overturn miscarriages of justice that would otherwise go unchallenged

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?

The rise of the online courtroom

Justice Secretary Liz Truss

England and Wales look set to follow trailblazers in rolling out value-for-money online tribunals which sidestep the courts to resolve disputes via the internet