Posts tagged Legaltech
Tensions in Liminal Space: The Vendor – Law Firm Dynamic

What would happen if instead of focusing on the oppositional interests of vendors and firms, we examined the “faultlines”, the liminal space where these interests rub up against one another? Could we crack open a dialogue that complicates the vendor-law firm relationship and adds value to it? By consciously tearing apart the binary and engaging in active discourse at the point of contact, could we not find a new way to characterize this dynamic?

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AI and Coding for Language: A chat with Ben Alarie, CEO and Founder of Blue J Legal

I don’t think this is just a legaltech problem or just an AI problem – if you think about it, it’s actually a legal problem full-stop. Language is a problem with law and the development of law more generally. It’s true that humans can learn to speak multiple languages but you still have to overcome the friction of switching from one language to another.

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