Augmented legal services: enhancing the provision of legal services by use of LegalTech

Daniel Beresford, Jens Horst Krebs

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Abstract

This article considers the opportunities of LegalTech in law firms. It assesses the long-term benefits of a commoditization of legal services and the progress that the industry has made in achieving this. It will become clear that the sector is still operating traditionally, mostly ignoring technological advancements. Thus, there ought to be an analysis of what is holding back the sector and individual firms. The focal points of this analysis will be connected systems, LegalTech providers and the risks of stasis. Finally, heed will be paid to the potential incentives which might assist in the greater adoption of LegalTech.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)306-321
Number of pages16
JournalAmicus Curiae
Volume4
Issue number2
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 6 Mar 2023

Keywords

  • LegalTech
  • law in practice
  • access to Justice
  • legal services
  • augmentation

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