New research has revealed a major cybersecurity skills gap amongst Australian lawyers, with 86% of legal practitioners believing the industry needs to upskill in cybersecurity measures.
Artificial intelligence will be woven into almost all the tools and services lawyers use to do their jobs and this will greatly assist them in enhancing productivity and making better legal decisions, a professional in the trade says.
Global technology solutions for legal professionals vendor LexisNexis is collaborating with the Australian Human Rights Commission to develop RightsApp, a mobile application that allows users to quickly and easily search international human rights conventions and declarations by topic and right.
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I worked for ASD. They should NEVER be allowed to be let loose on Australians.