Stuart McMillan

#LegallyThinking : A common language for legal tech beckons, but does that mean law firms should give up on the innovation race? by Stuart McMillan

When it comes to legal technology, the conversation often centres around who will offer the best iteration of a solution — who will master the software that allows firms to be more efficient without skimping on quality? Who will develop workflow strategies that mean the offices of a multinational law […]

Stuart McMillan

#LegallyThinking : A digital civil justice system — what does the Master of the Rolls’ masterplan mean for lawyers? by Stuart McMillan

Sir Geoffrey Vos, newly in post as Master of the Rolls, has made ambitions for his tenure quite clear. Online civil justice must be made a success of. Digitisation of the county courts cannot come ‘a day too soon’, he has said. Sir Geoffrey acknowledges the sweeping changes that are already happening […]

Stuart McMillan

On #LegallyThinking: How can innovation make life easier for lawyers? The tech we want versus the tech we need

What sort of innovation does the legal world need both to progress and keep its clients happy? In a recent article, Richard Tromans argues that however disruptive new legal tech has been, in reality the legal services sector is settling into a complementary relationship where technology makes existing processes more efficient, rather […]