The intersection of technology and mental health often carries negative connotations in the media. Less reported however, is how technology is positively impacting, and potentially transforming, the way that lawyers are able to cope with ever-growing workloads.
The World Economic Forum today announced its list of 56 companies selected as Technology Pioneers, and this year’s class demonstrates the growing embrace of artificial intelligence and machine learning across a broad range of sectors.
Three British firms have been included on a World Economic Forum list of the technology start-ups at the cutting edge of future industries such as cyber security, cleantech, autonomous vehicles and food security.
Luminance, the market-leading artificial intelligence (AI) platform for lawyers, continues to strengthen ties in the legal profession by creating an Advisory Board to accelerate the adoption of this technology, essential for law firms and in-house teams to stay competitive in response to the pressures on the industry.
Luminance, the leading artificial intelligence platform for the legal profession, has announced that industry veteran Jason Brennan has joined the company as President of the Americas, as the company continues to expand its client base and product offering in the region.
Roca Junyent has chosen to adopt Luminance’s machine learning technology to enhance its M&A due diligence processes, becoming the fourteenth Spanish customer for the market-leading artificial intelligence platform.
Top-tier Israeli firm Amit, Pollak, Matalon & Co. (APM & Co.) have adopted Luminance for M&A and Hi-Tech Investments due diligence, with plans to deploy the technology across real estate, labour law and infrastructure practices.
Leading Indian law firm, Shardul Armarchand Mangaldas & Co (SAM & Co), has deployed Luminance’s machine learning technology to assist with M&A due diligence, marking the start of the tech company’s expansion into the Indian legal market.
This week, our CEO Emily Foges reflects on her recent attendance at the annual AIJA conference, exploring how legal AI brings lawyers closer to the legal process and enhances the role of the trusted advisor.
In this week’s post, we examine how a leading global law firm used Luminance to uncover a critical finding during an M&A due diligence review, helping its client to avoid a potentially hazardous and costly deal.
15 August 2019 | Sally Wokes, Partner at Slaughter & May
As we celebrate International Youth Day, Sally Wokes, Partner at Slaughter & May, reflects on how her firm attracts the brightest minds fresh out of law school to build a collaborative and motivated team who can provide the most creative and cutting-edge advice to their clients.
Luminance Discovery was launched a year ago and since then has been used by law firms all over the world on cases from several hundred to tens of millions of documents. Operational Analyst, Poppy Coy, walks us through her busy day at the Cambridge office working on Luminance Discovery.
As Christina Blacklaws, the President of the Law Society of England and Wales, comes to the end of her tenure she reflects on the ways that technology is turbocharging the work of lawyers and improving mental health, but there’s still more opportunity to reap the benefits…