How can we really harness the technology to benefit our practice today? Enter: the legal technology entrepreneur – The ‘Legalpreneur’.
“When one thinks of frontier areas of law, criminal law is hardly the first that springs to mind. However, in recent times, criminal justice has seen the emergence of artificial intelligence in the courtroom”
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Do you think that AI, WALL-E or I, robot are likely to be eventualities rather than just science fiction? TLF explores the world of AI and how it can be utilised in the legal field.
Judge Ida Malosi recently hosted VUW PLSS members at the Pasifika Youth Court for a day. Mariah Hori Te Pa descibes their experience.
“The adoption of technology is dependent on organisational cultures that facilitate change. Environments that bring together all generations in the workplace will be the ones that thrive.”
Information security may not be top of mind or a priority for law students, but it is something to be thinking about.
ALSA president Jess Kwon shares her experiences and what ALSA has to offer VUW law students.
If you were to die today, what would you want to happen to your social media accounts, email, videos and photos stored on the cloud? Would you want your family to receive access to every message you have sent over the internet?
The Legal Forecast aims to advance legal practice through technology and innovation.