The development of legal technologies has been fast, powerful and critically disruptive in a typically traditional sector. Rapid technological innovation has influenced both long-established businesses and the legal status quo with the emergence of new business models such as fintechs and regtechs.
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Comprehend the basic nomenclature surrounding legal technology and innovation in the legal sector.
Evaluate the impact of legal and ethical challenges that arise with the use of big data.
Differentiate key digital technologies in the legal sector: cloud, blockchain, analytics, AI, etc.
Discover the opportunities and obstacles that arise when developing and using new technologies.
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Explore how new technologies are disrupting the banking and financial world to create new opportunities to add value—from new payment systems to machine learning applications in capital markets.