The cambridge handbook of lawyering in the digital age
- Full Title:
- The cambridge handbook of lawyering in the digital age
- Other Author:
- DiMatteo, Larry A.
- Statement of Responsibility:
- edited by Larry A. DiMatteo, André Janssen, Pietro Ortolani, Francisco de Elizalde, Michel Cannarsa and Mateja Durovic
- Cambridge Law Handbooks
- xxv, 380 p.
- With increasing digitalization and the evolution of artificial intelligence, the legal profession is on the verge of being transformed by technology (legal tech). This handbook...
Summary:With increasing digitalization and the evolution of artificial intelligence, the legal profession is on the verge of being transformed by 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, the chapters develop a framework for analyzing the costs and benefits of new technologies before they are implemented in legal practice. This interdisciplinary collection features contributions from lawyers, social scientists, institutional officials, technologists, and current developers of e-law platforms and services.
- 1. Lawyering in the Digital Age Part I. Effects of Technology on Legal Practice: 2. Disruptive effects of legal tech 3. The effects of technology...
Contents:1. Lawyering in the Digital Age Part I. Effects of Technology on Legal Practice: 2. Disruptive effects of legal tech 3. The effects of technology on legal practice: from punch card to artificial intelligence? 4. Legal drafting and automation 5. Emerging rules on artificial intelligence: Trojan horses of ethics in the realm of law? Part II. Legal Tech and ADR: 6. Legal tech in ADR 7. A blockchain-based smart dispute resolution method 8. Digital dispute resolution: blurring the boundaries of ADR Part III. Legal Tech in Consumer Relations and Small Claims 9. Legal tech in consumer relations and small-value claims: a survey 10. Regulation of legal services and access to justice in the digital age: a war report 11. Legal tech and EU consumer law 12. The two faces of legal tech in B2C relations Part IV. Legal Tech and Public Law: 13. Blockchain's heterotopia: technological infrastructures and lawyering in the public sector 14. Fundamental rights and the use of artificial intelligence in court 15. Legal tech in public administration: prospects and challenges Part V. Legal Ethics and Societal Values Confront Technology: 16. Ethics guidelines for trustworthy AI 17. Ethical digital lawyering: technical and philosophical insights 18. Law, disintermediation, and the future of trust Part VI. Fate of the Legal Professions: 19. Lawyering somewhere between computation and the will to act: a digital age reflection 20. Surviving the digital transformation – a method for lawyers to approach legal tech 21. Road forward: promise and danger
- Publisher & Date:
- Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2021.
- Date of Publication:
- Cambridge University Press
- GB 86
- 9781108837460 (hbk)
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GB 86 DiM 2021