We talk in more detail with the authors of each paper in our LSB podcast, ‘Talking Tech’.
Part 1: Alison Hook: Lessons from abroad – international approaches to regulating legal technology
Part 2: Professor Roger Brownsword: What can legal services regulators learn from medicine and finance?
Part 3: Professor Noel Semple: ‘Tending the Flame: Technology and the Legal Services Act 2007’
Part 4: Dr Anna Donovan: Blockchain: Developing Regulatory Approaches for the Use of Technology in Legal Services
Part 5 – Dr Adam Wyner: LegalTech Education – Considerations for Regulators
Part 6: Professor Lisa Webley – Ethics, Technology and Regulation
Striking the balance: how legal services regulation can foster responsible technological innovation
Aisling O’Connell, Technology and Innovation policy lead, and Paul Nezandonyi, Head of Communications and Engagement at the Legal Services Board (LSB), sit down to discuss how legal services regulators can actively support technology and innovation that safely increase access to legal services and explore the ways in which technology can help open the legal services market up to citizens and small businesses. This podcast accompanied the publication of ‘Striking the balance [PDF]: How legal services regulation can foster responsible technological innovation’ in April 2021.