The legal profession is one of the most disrupted sectors of the consulting industry today. The rise of Legal Technology, artificial intelligence, big data, machine learning, and, most importantly, blockchain technology is changing the practice of law. The sharing economy and platform companies challenge many of the traditional assumptions, doctrines, and concepts of law and governance—requiring litigators, judges, and regulators to adapt. Lawyers need to be equipped with the necessary skillsets to operate effectively in the new world of disruptive innovation in law. A more creative and innovative approach to educating lawyers for the twenty-first century is needed.
* Kyushu University (Fukuoka, Japan). The Authors would like to sincerely thank Robert K. Vischer and Ann L. Bateson for their comments and support. ** University of St. Thomas School of Law (Minneapolis, MN). *** Tilburg University; Tilburg Law and Economics Center; Philips Lighting (Netherlands).(leer más...)
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