Month: July 2020

AI in the Indian judiciary: 8 solutions to our current struggles

India’s access to justice crisis cannot be solved through human correction alone. Artificial Intelligence (AI) can make a big difference in the Indian judiciary. Here are 8 ways in which I think that can happen.

The story of Algo Legal, and how it’s moving the law forward

Algo Legal, a Bangalore-based law firm founded less than a year ago, quickly positioned itself as one of the most tech-driven, new-age law firms in the country. In this feature story, I cover insights from my interview with @Rasmeet Charya, Algo Legal’s Chief Innovation Officer about how it approaches technology and navigates change.

Why You Should Apply to the Agami Prize

The Agami Prize serves to support and catalyse such ideas in 3 categories – Industry, Citizenship and Idea. In this post, Sachin Malhan, co-founder of Agami, answers some common questions about applying for the coveted prize.

How Lexel is making waves with litigation management software in India and beyond

Read about how Lexel, a litigation management platform, is making it easier for law firms to manage their litigation process, reduce costs, increase speed, and achieve better results.

How TrustIn is promoting employee welfare at the workplace
When it comes to workplace safety, governments enact all sorts of laws and prescribe the executive machinery to implement employee welfare laws.
AI in legal services: Past, present, and future

Artificial Intelligence is now gaining immense popularity in the legal sector. World over, AI is changing the way we do legal practice, conduct business, perform legal processes, and handle clients. This article provides a brief history of AI in law, an overview of its current applications in the legal industry, and some thoughts on its future in the profession.

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