- September 13, 2018
Contract life-cycle management (CLM) software: transforming in-house legal work
In the last few years, General Counsel ‘Barometers’ on legal management, technology trends and digital transformation have started to appear, assessing in-house responses to these key and overlapping issues. One of the areas they all focus on is contract life-cycle management (CLM) software, which is identified by Wolters Kluwer as “the most common type of … Continue reading Contract life-cycle management (CLM) software: transforming in-house legal work →
- June 27, 2018
Balancing act: cloud benefits versus cloud security
The cloud (access to on-demand, scalable, pooled, remote IT resources paid for “as you go”) is now in mainstream and IT on-premise (traditional IT infrastructure located at the user’s site) is rapidly migrating to it.
- March 15, 2018
What’s new for corporate counsel in IT law in 2018?
It’s a 2 x 3 matrix for what’s new in IT Law in 2018. First, there’s a lot happening at the intersection of financial services and IT law, and of course there’s GDPR and Brexit. Second, we’ll all be seeing more “Fourth Industrial Revolution” legal work (such as artificial intelligence (AI), robotic process automation (RPA), … Continue reading What’s new for corporate counsel in IT law in 2018? →
- December 8, 2017
What has AI ever done for us?
At the moment, legal AI is at the “frothy” part of the hype cycle. It’s a bit like the scene What did the Romans ever do for us? in the film the Life of Brian, but in reverse. The scene’s premise is that the Romans did little, but of course they did a lot. Legal … Continue reading What has AI ever done for us? →
- June 2, 2016
Law firm AI adoption: picking up the pace
“Until you know what it does, it’s artificial intelligence (AI); then it’s just software” is a good way to demystify AI and works just as well for law firm use of AI as for any other sector. Almost halfway through 2016, AI software in the legal services market looks like it is really starting to … Continue reading Law firm AI adoption: picking up the pace →