Law 2.0: Intelligent Architecture for Transactional Law

Tags: Technology Policy

On Friday, August 13, 2010, the Silicon Flatirons Center convened leaders from the legal, academic, and software related fields to discuss recent and future developments in transactional law due to changes in technology (the “Roundtable”). The Roundtable analyzed
how accelerating adoption of technological “enablers” is qualitatively affecting business models for the provision of transactional legal
services. Participants saw some novel business model innovations as “disruptive,” and others as “sustaining,” but in the aggregate the
Roundtable participants agreed that the practice of transactional law is undergoing notable, significant and irreversible change.


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