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At the Legal Innovation Centre, researchers, legal practitioners and technologists work together to advance the frontier of legal technology, bringing new levels of process efficiency.

A core vision of the Legal Innovation Centre is on the research and development of computational law, which is a branch of legal informatics focused on the automation and mechanisation of legal analysis. Many of our projects focus on building systems, which allow stakeholders in the legal domain to connect and collaborate more efficiently. We achieve this through building on advances in the field of computer science, with a wider goal of providing economic and social benefits by streamlining the interactions of law professionals in delivering legal services. We also focus on access to justice and the role that technology plays in promoting more efficient, open and accessible legal services and systems.

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Artificial Intelligence

Since the 1970s, the role of AI in law and legal service delivery has been a subject of research and development.

Access to Justice

Our work on access to justice focuses on the way in which technology and innovation in legal service delivery can assist in providing timely, efficient and affordable access to legal advice and assistance.

Legal Education

The evolving model of legal practice is changing the traditional training and career pathway.