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Source: BBC Technology

Date: February 25th, 2016



1) A lot of the article is about how much of what happens in the legal system is about written details and how to dig through and organize that better: “You actually need the data to drive these more advanced tools. In the 21st Century, data is the oil.”   If data is oil, what are you doing to work better with data?

2) “The Judiciary of England and Wales proposed the introduction of “online courts” to handle minor civil cases of up to £25,000. It would, in theory, free up the courts and be “largely automated”.  What are some issues of “automated” legal processes and decisions?

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