As artificial intelligence approaches the bar, human lawyers won’t be sent back to the bench just yet, says a UNSW expert.
It's already happening – but there is a big difference between predicting judgement and exercising judgement and it's clear which one AI is better at.
The inaugural and highly competitive Australian Legal Research Awards have recognised three UNSW Law researchers.
The Australian Law Reform Commission report looked into concerns that lawyer and funder profits were being prioritised over claimants’ interests
UNSW Law is leading research into how artificial intelligence is changing work for lawyers and how we all have access to justice.
A review of UNSW's Law curriculum aims to prepare students for the changes to the law and the legal profession caused by digital disruption.
The CBA's response to AUSTRAC's claims means shareholders will be assisted in part of their class action claims but a lot still needs to be proved, write Michael Legg and James D Metzger.
Class actions through the courts seem unable to deliver compensation as cheaply as resolution schemes, writes Michael Legg.
In class actions where there is substantial risk, the challenge is to ensure lawyers fees are charged in an appropriate manner that is fair to both lawyer and client, writes Michael Legg
In the early to mid-2000s, governments throughout Australia introduced reforms restricting rights to claim for negligence. Now they are slowly being unwound, writes Michael Legg.