France’s recent criminalization of using judicial analytics threatens the Right to Know and legal innovation in the country.
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UniCourt celebrates Law Day and this year’s theme of Free Speech, Free Press, and Free Society, as we highlight our commitment to removing barriers to information.
Preserving privilege in light of new advancements in legal technology is not an all-or-nothing proposition – attorneys can and should protect their clients’ interests while still leveraging technology.
In 2019, legal tech and legal data will continue to drive down the cost of legal services and increase consumer engagement, from the corporate world to consumer services.
UniCourt’s SaaS model is changing the way attorneys, businesses, and consumers access and use legal data.
The civil rights and the modern Right to Know movements have the same intention: ensuring that the public can make use of the law in an equitable way, without any preconditions.
Using analytics, attorneys can short-circuit laborious and time-consuming research, and spend more time counseling clients and building winning case strategies.
By making court records readily available, UniCourt strives to remove the shroud of secrecy that has no place in American jurisprudence.