Building the court of the future
While most law firms are grappling with their existing IT systems, most courts have only just begun to introduce technology into the way they work. Kieran Flatt reports on the efforts to drag the UK's court system into the 21st century
In the UK, much of last year’s legal technology innovation seems to have been implemented at the country’s largest law firms. The focus has been on improving communication and access to information for practitioners, clients and contractors alike.
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