The Virtual Verdict: Evolution of Legal Tech in 2023 (Whitepaper)

September 10, 2023  •   David Pring-Mill

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A vast global population remains underserved in terms of civil legal needs. Legal Tech could potentially bridge this gap, making law firms more efficient and legal services more accessible. But might AI be something of a Pandora’s box, especially given the complexities of justice? conducted interviews with lawyers from across the United States in order to gauge their views on recent Legal Tech developments.

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