This week, Luminance released it's recent video case study with the top-tier law firm, Bird & Bird, showing how legal AI truly transforms the review process. By supercharging lawyers in their review, legal AI brings new opportunities and possibilities for advisors.
Just as investment and adoption in legal tech has hit record numbers, last week the BBC released a report suggesting that we could be on the brink of an ‘AI Winter’. In this week’s blog, we explore why Luminance’s ground-breaking platform calls this into question.
Embracing legal AI allows advisors to cut out the tedious, less meaningful drudge work and focus on what matters. This empowers advisors to excel in their legal career by delivering results with unparalleled speed and insight.
Legal AI is transforming the way lawyers conduct document review. At the same time, question marks are looming over whether we can really 'trust' AI. With true machine learning technology, advisors will never relinquish control to a machine.
In 2019, Luminance has been pivotal to the legal tech revolution, driving innovation and accelerating legal processes. In this week's blog, we look at how Luminance's cutting-edge technology solution is shaping the legal sector, now and in the future.
The billable hour is a business model which has shaped law firms for many years. With the advent of ground-breaking machine learning, law firms no longer have to adopt a framework which unnecessarily constricts the way lawyers work and threatens an industry with legal burnout.
In this week's blog, we look at why legal technology is essential in preparing for a new wave of young lawyers. 'Generation Z' bring with them new expectations and new demands. Harnessing a tool that makes their work more efficient, more informed and more effective is a no brainer.
Collaborative working practices are often seen as the holy grail of every successful legal team. Adopting Luminance's ground-breaking technology solution makes collaboration a reality, enabling lawyers to work across offices, countries and continents with ease and with confidence.
'Digital Darwinism' is more than just the latest buzzword. In this week's blog post, we look at how embracing legal technology allows legal advisors to secure a competitive advantage in a fast-moving and fast-developing market.
Whether it be Brexit, GDPR or LIBOR, legal regulatory change is emerging at a pressing pace. We look at how adopting Luminance allows lawyers to navigate these challenges, whilst also ensuring they are delivering the best possible results for their clients.
From employment contracts to investment agreements, #MeToo clauses are on the rise, bringing far-reaching legal, business and market implications. Leveraging AI allows advisors to stay abreast of a changing and progressive landscape.
In this week’s blog, Emily Foges, CEO, talks about London’s flagship Legal Geek conference 2019. She explores how leveraging Legal Tech is revolutionising legal practices and ultimately the legal profession.
Emily Foges, CEO, looks back at the origins of Luminance and how the company has grown over the past 3 years to reach where it is today: the market-leading artificial intelligence solution for the legal profession.
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…