Legal technology

Halton courthouse to begin construction at the end of next year

Halton courthouse to begin construction at the end of next year

The courthouse will enable video conferencing for remote witnesses and prisoners

Lawyer ‘monopoly’ hampers consumer access to legal tech, says former AG Chris Bentley

Lawyer ‘monopoly’ hampers consumer access to legal tech, says former AG Chris Bentley

Direct to consumer automated legal tools are an attractive alternative to traditional approaches, report says

Legal translation tool launching for French

Legal translation tool launching for French

A Toronto-based company is releasing the artificial intelligence tool

Consumers turn to Facebook, instant messages for access to justice

Consumers turn to Facebook, instant messages for access to justice

‘Huge appetite’ for one-on-one calls and texts in Canada

Legal sales hit $605M at Thomson Reuters

Legal sales hit $605M at Thomson Reuters

Legal professionals comprise the largest sales segment of the Toronto company

‘Ethical’ artificial intelligence no silver bullet to due process issues, says panel

‘Ethical’ artificial intelligence no silver bullet to due process issues, says panel

The Data & Design Symposium was put on by The Action Group on Access to Justice