Q&A – Joshua Michaels: “There’s something romantic about our courts and legal judgments and I strongly believe they should never be replaced by anything that is automated like ChatGPT.”
In our latest Q&A, NDA Law managing partner Joshua Michaels outlines the key to creating a happy law firm and he explains why technology such as generative AI is unlikely to make lawyers redundant.
Law Squared founder Demetrio Zema calls on law firms to embrace digital innovation.
To ensure that employees of law firms are prepared mentally and practically for an era in which artificial intelligence will come to the fore, law firm leaders need to foster a culture and activities that help them learn and adapt, writes Daljit Singh.
Business email compromise is an insidious and increasingly common means of fraud that poses a threat to any businesses, especially law firms, that act as trustees in large transactions, writes Simone Herbert-Lowe.
If firms want to prosper in the new year, they need to use data more wisely to inform decision-making and insist on more regular forms of rest and recovery for their staff, writes Leonie Green.
As law firms seek to solve workflow issues through the use of legal technology, it makes sense for them to better use tools with which they are already familiar, but which they probably haven’t been using to their full advantage, writes Graeme Grovum.
Mark Andrews urges law firm leaders not to under-value face-to-face interaction and technology-free meetings, despite the rise of Zoom and Microsoft Teams.
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The ‘place’ in which we work in a post-COVID-19 world will be every bit as significant as the three elements – people, process and technology – that have long been seen as keys to business success, writes Mark Andrews.