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13 February 2024 ByLauren CroftLawCPD launches landmark AI training tool

Legal education provider LawCPD has launched a first-of-its-kind AI-powered learning tool, in a move that will...

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18 January 2024 ByLauren CroftLawyers must ‘engage with technology on a day-to-day basis’ in...

There is a wide variety of things firms should be prioritising in light of the rise of emerging tech and AI –...

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08 January 2024 ByJerome DoraisamyNot using GenAI will put firms ‘at a serious disadvantage’, and...

The APAC lead for a global software provider has detailed numerous predictions for lawyers’ use of AI in the new year,...

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04 January 2024 ByLauren CroftManaging the ‘existential concern’ around new tech

As cloud-based technology and large language models continually evolve, this founder has noted “a level of anxiety”...

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04 January 2024 ByLawyers WeeklyTop 10 LawTech Talks episodes in 2023

The Lawyers Weekly Podcast Network had a massive year – particularly as artificial intelligence (AI) and legal tech...

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28 December 2023 ByLauren Croft‘Get across’ emerging tech in 2024

Law firms and lawyers have been advised to “buckle up” heading into 2024, as new AI tech is on the horizon.

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17 December 2023 ByAnthony BekkerNo respite for tech lawyers in 2024

The new year is going to see M&A, regulation, and artificial intelligence dominate the tech landscape, writes...

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01 December 2023 ByLawyers WeeklyInfoTrack awarded perfect 100% Net Promoter Score

Legal tech innovator InfoTrack has achieved a significant milestone with a perfect Net Promoter Score (NPS) of 100 per...

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17 November 2023 ByMalavika Santhebennur‘Women have led the way’ on innovation in law, says CEO

Women have played a key role in creating innovative business and pricing models in the legal profession, according to...

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10 November 2023 ByKimberley Baillie and Sarah WhybrowHow the public sector can navigate government procurement complaints

In the absence of case law on the Government Procurement (Judicial Review) Act, government departments need to act now,...

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