“My theme tonight is of the need for lawmakers, regulators and judges in the United Kingdom to be alive to the demands for change that technology will make of our legal systems and the opportunities and challenges which that technology creates for the legal professions. The executive branches of government, our legislators and courts will have to adapt to the effects of technological change, to embrace its opportunities and to control its downside. Many predictions are made as to what the future holds. Most will be wrong. But I have no doubt as to the need for our public authorities to be ready to address whatever does come down the road …” (more)
Lord Hodge, Deputy President of The Supreme Court, ‘Technology and the Law’, The Dover House Lecture 2020, London, 10 March 2020.