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Where is the “Accenture” in Law?
Where is the “Accenture” in Law?

by Rick Seabrook, Managing Director for EMEAA pet theory of mine is that one of the causes of the lack of genuine innovation in traditional law (clearly not the only ...

12th September 2016
AI and the Business of Law, Part II

Cross-selling and Client Succession Planningby: Patrick FullerThis is the second in a 3-part series on the impact of Artificial Intelligence (AI) on the business of law.  In part 1, we ...

15th August 2016
Value as a Means of Disrupting Legal Services
Value as a Means of Disrupting Legal Services

by Julian Uebergang, Managing Director for APACDigital Disruption is a term often quoted by legal doomsayers who cite Kodak and Blockbuster case studies and hypothesize that the delivery of legal ...

5th August 2016
AI and The Business of Law, Part 1:  Lawyers, Apps, and Money  

Apologies upfront to the late Warren Zevon for playing off of his seminal classic, “Lawyers, Guns, and Money” as the title of this blog post.  It is appropriate, as legal ...

13th July 2016
Does Artificial Intelligence have a Last Mile Problem?
Does Artificial Intelligence have a Last Mile Problem?

Artificial Intelligence - The Last MileExtract of presentation given to AI Summit London, May 5th 2016Good Morning, I wanted to briefly talk today about something called the Last Mile.The last mile ...

8th June 2016
Artificial Intelligence in Law: The State of Play 2016 (Part 3)

The first post in this series discussed current developments in Artificial Intelligence (AI) generally and its application to law. In the second post, we took a closer look at how ...

20th March 2016
Artificial Intelligence in Law: The State of Play 2016 (Part 2)

The first post in this series discussed current developments in Artificial Intelligence (AI) generally and its application to law. In this post, we take a closer look at the AI ...

7th March 2016
Artificial Intelligence in Law: The State of Play 2016, Part 1
Artificial Intelligence in Law: The State of Play 2016, Part 1

Google Plays Go, Wins! No, that’s not another unpublished Dr. Seuss book. It’s the dramatic outcome of artificial intelligence research at Google’s Deep Mind subsidiary, whose AlphaGo program recently won ...

28th February 2016
Is Riverview Law’s Kim the Wake Up Call for UK Law?

by: Richard Seabrook, Managing Director Europe at Neota LogicAt Neota Logic we applaud Riverview Law and their announcement of the arrival of Kim.We believe this is a game-changing moment for ...

9th December 2015
Deloitte, KPMG & PwC all agree – is law listening?

Just a few quotes, that’s all. From the Financial Review (Australia), October 5, 2015.“Rather than going to the market with just time-based services, consultants will go to market with software ...

7th October 2015
What are humans good for … in legal services?

A Conversation at ILTACon 2015Joining a panel at ILTACon 2015 with Ryan McClead of Norton Rose Fulbright, Stuart Barr of HighQ, Joshua Lenon of Clio, and Noah Waisberg of Kira ...

21st September 2015
The Fastcase 250 — 50 x 5

An ecosystem of innovation in lawWith two of our co-founders among the Fastcase 50’s (Michael Mills 2012 and John Lord 2014), we decided to have a fresh look back and ...

20th July 2015