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What will digitalised court services mean for the justice system, legal services delivery and non-lawyer litigants? New automated online resources raise questions around oversight, accountability and regulation, and the need to ensure fairness and access to justice. What new skills will the next generation of digital lawyers need and how will they be trained now that technology is poised to take over lower-value, routine legal work? These questions and more were explored in a series of presentations and a short panel discussion involving judges, academics, tech experts and law students. Read the full article below.

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