Law+Tech: Friend, Foe, or Both?

J.B. Ruhl
Law+tech refers to the use of enhanced computer-based data and computation capacities in legal practice.

Law+tech refers to the use of enhanced computer-based data and computation capacities in legal practice.

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The Post-Normal Times is a column that follows trends in the legal industry, legal technologies, legal innovation, and access to legal services and offers insights into how new lawyers can turn them from agents of change into agents of opportunity. 

What if you started typing a brief and, as you typed, case citations supporting your arguments magically appeared on the page? Sound far-fetched? Well, that’s just one of the projects of the “law+tech” movement, and it’s probably not long before that and more is possible.

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