How to use a legal virtual assistant to power up a law firm
Considering hiring a legal virtual assistant for your law firm? Read this quick guide to find key efficiencies and maximize value of outsourcing repetitive tasks with a law firm virtual assistant.
Innovating justice delivery through technology: Lessons for India from Dutch Courts [Q&A with Dory Reiling]
Dory Reiling Ph.D. Mag.Iur. is an independent judicial reform expert specialising in the application of technologies in courtrooms. ILT was privileged to be able to interview Dory about some of the challenges currently faced by Indian courts and what lessons might be learnt from best practices in the Netherlands.
The end of lawyers? GPT-3’s impact on the legal profession
GPT-3 is a revolutionary technology, but will it realistically revolutionize the legal profession? Here’s a look at how AI language tools might affect lawyers in the future.
The difference between legaltech and lawtech
The terms may sound the same, but the legal tech v law tech debate has some meaningful implications. Read on to discover why the experts think this is so.
Cyril Amarchand announces Prarambh 2.0, it’s flagship legal tech incubator: Here’s all you need to know
Prarambh is CAM’s flagship legal tech incubator and has just announced its second edition. This write-up is an evolving one, and will capture further details as and when they are announced. In the meantime, here’s what we know.
Introducing Bernstein for law firms – A better way to manage your clients’ IP
Bernstein, a German software product, is a powerful white label tool for lawyers and law firms to help manage their clients’ intellectual property, and differentiate their services. They have just started operations in India.
On building the foundations for keeping legal data safe
The terms may sound the same, but the legal tech v law tech debate has some meaningful implications. Read on to discover why the experts think this is so.
A chatbot for your law firm? Increasing profitability with bot automation
Struggling to find efficiencies in your legal workflows? Learn more about how a chatbot for your law firm could increase profitability through automation.
The role of Chief Innovation Officer in law firms
In this article, I draw upon the role, the candidates, and the anticipated achievements of CINOs to come to the somewhat sobering conclusion that CINOs will not only be good for firms (and their clients), but that they will be instrumental to their survival.
Smart contracts explained: Are you ready for the future of legal agreement?

Need smart contracts explained? Learn about what smart contracts are, who uses them, for what reasons, and how they might impact the legal profession.

10 active legal tech investors in India

Here’s a list of 10 leading legal tech investors in India, the legal tech startups they have invested in, and a bit about their deals.

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.

Cloud Storage for Advocates: Your Questions Answered

Despite unconsciously using cloud storage for personal purposes (like your photos on iCloud or Google Photos), most advocates hesitate to use it as a common office storage platform. This post attempts to assuage a few concerns which may be stopping you from taking the leap to cloud storage.

Want to use tech to be a better lawyer? Start here.

Lawyers are highly skilled individuals and should be using their time to carry out high-skilled tasks. Not $10 an hour jobs. But most of us cannot break the vicious cycle of dealing with repetitive, recurring, low-value tasks. This post should help you get started.

A 5-point guide to digitising an Advocate’s office 

Even after the lockdowns get lifted, advocates will remain apprehensive to go back to their offices daily like they used to do. This guide will help stand-alone law offices apply digitisation in their offices and make themselves less dependent.

Legal Kart launches new ‘Talk Now’ feature to address surge in cases due to COVID

The feature is their attempt to easy, immediate legal access to people without having to rely on misinformed advice from friends, families, or the internet.

Legal Tech Content Marketing: 3 Crucial Ingredients for Lead-Capturing Blogs
B2B buyers today spend more time reviewing information online before even reaching out to vendors. Unfortunately, too many legal tech vendors sabotage this opportunity by churning out self-aggrandizing content that just fills space and turns off readers.
Digital transformation in law: People, processes, and technology
The coronavirus pandemic is helping us move mountains and end the inertia plaguing the legal sector. But if we are truly serious about not letting the crisis go to waste, we have to move beyond Zoom and WebEx.

How Presolv360 is simplifying dispute resolution

While people have accepted the way court cases move, an innovative home-grown legal tech startup chose to take matters in their own hands and have built an antidote to the problem.

Introducing LegalPay: Helping lawyers get paid on time

Indian lawyers have been fighting another epidemic for decades: non-payment of fees from their clients, with many of them having to write off up to 6% of their revenues due to failed payments. LegalPay has a solution.

Strengthening Indian Courts with Technology

An overview of how technologies like machine translation, speech recognition, big data, machine learning, A.I., and blockchain can upgrade India’s courts and bridge the access to justice gap and improve efficiency.

AI in law: The merits and the ethics

No doubt, AI is revolutionizing our lives. But at the same time, we do need to pay heed to its ethical concerns. An amalgamation of law and ethics is what leads to justice in the true sense. The question is: does the integration of AI in law lead to a compromise on ethics?

Understanding change management in law firms

While many law firms are attempting to drive change internally, there’s a number of them doing it unsuccessfully. In this post, the author analyses how to approach change management in law firms by using the ‘legal innovation success pyramid’'.

Why India’s modern families need Online Dispute Resolution

Millennials like to resolve their disputes as quickly as they possibly can. But when their families are subjected to court machinery that is hundreds of years old, it not only causes immense frustration but worse — it becomes the breeding ground for more disputes.

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Why law firms are starting in-house incubators

Law firms’ initiatives with incubators are more than simply efforts to position themselves as harbingers of disruptive innovation. Here are a few reasons that explain the reasons for this hot trend.

Legal Tech in India: Changing Paradigms

While AI may or may not take over the world, many from the legal fraternity are of the opinion that AI is out there to snatch their jobs. Truth cannot be any further. At least for the foreseeable future, AI even at its best remains an assistive technology.

On building fully autonomous contracts: Interview with Anand Babu

Koncord Law intends to bring completely autonomous contracts as a smart solution to enable automated contract enforcement - a machine that has the ability to analyse & interpret contracts.

On marketing legal tech, sales success and the need to be human: Interview with Leah Presser

An interview with legal tech marketing expert Leah Presser who shares her views on the market readiness for legal tech, changing habits in legal tech buying, and the need to be human.

Amazon enters the legal industry

Amazon will act as a legal service provider that connects brands to a trusted pool of IP law firms and avail quick and cost-effective legal help. Services such as copyright and trademark registrations, filings, IP protection strategies will make ease it convenient for sellers to get personalized solutions for their brands.

Launch announcement: Introduction to Indian Legal Tech

Quick history and background behind Indian Legal Tech, a roadmap for 2020, and what to expect from us.

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