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The increased availability of digital technology has changed the legal ecosystem, presenting new challenges and opportunities in equal measure. Parties and their counsel are looking for ways to be more economical and effective when resolving disputes. This article explores the role

In 2011, Marc Andreessen said “software is eating the world”. And with that in mind, a computer scientist and a lawyer decided to do just that. was born, and five years later, Singapore Management University’s Centre for Computational Law.

Organisations across the world are rapidly increasing the amount of data that they collect and hold. By 2025, the total amount of data “created, captured, copied and consumed globally” is estimated to increase by 180 per cent over 2020 figures.[ref],replicated%20reached%20a%20new%20high.[/ref] While

The practice of law is constantly evolving. Information now moves at a much faster pace, and can be disseminated with just one click, to a far greater number of people than before. This is the same for business and professional transactions,

BR Law Corporation is a full-service Singapore law firm in good standing for over 35 years. Over the past three decades, the firm has seen the technology landscape evolve. The firm was therefore sensitive to the transformative impact of technology,

Since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, remote work and distancing measures have led law firms to accelerate digitalization in their legal practices. With a surge in digital footprints created by the legal sector, hackers are increasingly preying on unsuspecting

As the adoption of niche technologies becomes more commonplace, there is increasing pressure to ensure the technology selected is useful and profitable. In other words, the firm has to justify the cost of innovative legal technology. Key Factors in Making Legal

Keeping our promise to come back with something more on Document Automation, we now take a closer look at the use of Document Automation or Document Assembly software (used interchangeably) in two practice areas, i.e. Retail Conveyancing and Corporate Mergers

The legal landscape continues to change rapidly, and in the next few years, we will see breakaway firms and practices. Will your practice evolve and thrive? Look back at past commentary, and this may seem like a stale retort. However, much

Our Ship Has Many a Storm to Weather Heartiest congratulations on being called to the Bar, and for your membership into the legal fraternity. Today’s lawyer is expected to have many more skills than legal knowledge alone. So put your textbooks away,