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The Cambridge Handbook of Lawyering in the Digital Age

Edited by: Larry A. DiMatteo, Andre Janssen

ISBN13: 9781108837460
To be Published: December 2021
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardcover
Price: £200.00



With increasing digitalization and the evolution of artificial intelligence, the legal profession is on the verge of being transformed by automated technology (legal tech). This handbook examines these developments and the changing legal landscape by providing perspectives from multiple interested parties, including practitioners, academics, and legal tech companies from different legal systems. Scrutinizing the real implications posed by legal tech, the book advocates for an unbiased, cautious approach for the engagement of technology in legal practice. It also carefully addresses the core question of how to balance fears of industry takeover by technology with the potential for using legal tech to expand services and create value for clients. Together, chapters develop a framework for analyzing the costs and benefits of new technologies before implementing them into legal practice. This interdisciplinary collection features contributions from lawyers, social scientists, institutional officials, technologists, and current developers of e-law platforms and services.

  • Provides an up-to-date analysis of the current and possible uses of technology in legal practice, along with the regulatory initiatives in this area
  • Covers areas of both public and private law while addressing issues such as the role of government regulation and judicial use of technology
  • Offers a detailed perspective on the future of legal professions