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Defining legal technology and its implications
International Journal of Law and Information Technology
Legal technological developments have been both lauded as the promising future of the law and derided as a danger to the fundamentals of justice. This article helps reconcile these divergent perspectives by providing a definition of legal technology and a framework through which to understand its different types and their potential implications for the legal system and society more generally. Mapping technologies according to how specifically they afford legal uses, and the directness withdoi:10.1093/ijlit/eaac005 fatcat:iw25o5y6bzcerplpdtdmk6rqzu