Tag: regulation


Legal regulation should be “open for business” when it comes to technology and innovation if the public and consumers are to benefit

The Legal Services Board (LSB) has today outlined how legal services regulators can actively support technology and innovation that safely increase access to legal services. By working together, regulators can create an environment that ‘de-risks’ innovation and reduces uncertainty for tech providers and consumers. In a new paper [PDF], the LSB makes it clear that…

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Chair’s blog – February 2021

The focus of our meeting this month was how we continue to broaden and deepen our engagement with the sector. We considered how we could better communicate our vision for reshaping legal services that better meet the needs of society and build on the high levels of stakeholder engagement that informed our state of legal…

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New LSB podcast: can the Legal Services Act keep up with technological change?

The Legal Services Board’s (LSB) wide-ranging examination of regulatory approaches to technology has published a new perspective in the debate on whether the current regime can respond to the growing use of disruptive technology in law. LawTech is revolutionising legal services and there are a range of views on whether the Legal Services Act can…

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