May 14, 2019

How technology is granting public access to justice

April 29, 2019

A Legal Perspective on Health Tech in Nigeria (via Tech Cabal)

With more than 180 million people living in Nigeria, the opportunities abound for health tech entrepreneurs to invest, leave a significant footprint, make a social impact and a profit. However, the reality for emerging and established health tech entrepreneurs in Nigeria is that there are a range of obstacles to success such as lack of standardisation, regulatory gaps, underfunding as well as the problem of weak enforcement.
April 23, 2019

Protecting Attorney-Client Privilege While Using Legal Tech

March 12, 2019

Rebecca Enonchong: a Heavyweight in African Tech

Rebecca Enonchong: a Heavyweight in African Tech In honor of International Women’s Day, the World Bank Finance Competitiveness and Innovation team is highlighting the innovations of […]
March 10, 2019

Does your company need a specialist technology lawyer?

January 24, 2019

ALT Uganda: Legal Tech Conference ’19

Legal Tech Conference 2019: Artificial Intelligence, Blockchain and the Law. The Uganda Chapter of the ALT Network is proud to announce their first 2019 conference. Background […]
December 4, 2018

Cyber Insecurity is Harming Emerging Markets (Via Global Security Review)

October 29, 2018

As tech disrupts our jobs, it’s not too late to turn pain into gain (via WEF)

The legal sector is not alone in worrying about the tech-enabled future. But a recent report from the World Economic Forum suggests potential benefits from automation and suggestions of the new skills that will continue to be required from the human work-force.
October 29, 2018

Teaching Technology Today: One Law School’s Innovative Offerings (via Above the Law)

Technology is transforming the practice and profession of law — and legal education must evolve accordingly. Across the country, law schools are launching and expanding research […]