Can lawyers use drones to deliver court documents?

By Jerome Doraisamy|20 September 2019
Tom Pils

Drones are becoming more and more prominent in everyday society, providing invaluable assistance for agribusinesses through to personal use. But, with commercial drone use on the rise, what should its place be in day-to-day legal practice?

 

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On this episode of The Lawyers Weekly Show, Agility Legal managing solicitor Tom Pils – otherwise known as The Drone Lawyer – outlines where Australia is at with regulating the various uses of drone technology, how we are faring internationally, what are the implications for broader society, and how lawyers can and may utilise drones in the future. 

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