Classic: Technology and the future of the law

Technology and the future of the law is published as a Classic on The Dialogue on Remaking Law Firms in early March to coincide with our 2018 Client Choice Awards. You may know that Neota Logic is the sponsor of the Law Firms category in the Awards.

I’ve designated Technology and the future of the law a Classic because Michael’s message and argument are so true as the passage of time is proving – and yet the evidence is that the large majority (perhaps as much as 85%, in Bill Henderson’s rendition of the innovation of diffusion curve below) of law firms are not listening.   

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Deloitte, KPMG & PwC all agree: Is law listening?

Back in October 2015, the inimitable Michael Mills, chief strategy officer and co-founder of Neota Logic, wrote this clever article on LinkedIn: Deloitte, KPMG & PwC all agree: Is law listening? With the rising interest (and concern amongst many BigLaw firms), I am pleased to re-post Deloitte, KPMG & PwC all agree: Is law listening? on The Dialogue.

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By 2026 computers will not have replaced lawyers

In By 2026 computers will not have replaced lawyers Michael Mills makes a bold statement that “we can say with confidence that by 2026 computers will not have replaced lawyers, but they will have replaced a material chunk of what lawyers do today. To place a bet, I will wager 25%”.

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Artificial Intelligence in Law – The State of Play 2016

With Michael’s permission, I am delighted to re-publish ‘Artificial Intelligence in Law: The State of Play 2016’ by Michael Mills, Co-Founder & Chief Strategy Officer at Neota Logic Inc.

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