The more I think about this challenge, the more I believe it is becoming a design challenge. In particular, I am really interested in how interaction design can be applied to digital risk management to revolutionise our legal and compliance interactions.
I thought I was being relatively radical and progressive when I wrote about how the approaching legal documents business singularity but it seems I was just joining a crowd of progressives. Two recent posts caught my attention recently which illustrate this growing trend. In the first post, titled "Standardizing (vs. Reforming) Contract Drafting", William Carlton... Continue Reading →
I wrote about the coming legal practice singularity recently. Legal practice is changing rapidly and the prospect of a sufficiently advanced artificial intelligence to start taking over many legal research and similar tasks is fascinating. Unfortunately for many lawyers the wait may not be quite as long as it may take for such artificial intelligence... Continue Reading →