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Mark-Dodd
Mark Dodd
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Mark is one of the Dispute Resolution blog’s technical editors. He qualified as a lawyer in Australia and worked in private practice before joining LexisNexis. In addition to contributing to the Dispute Resolution blog, he also writes for a number of LexisNexis blogs, including the Future of Law blog.
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In March 2015, the Economist ran an article titled: Attack of the bean-counters, Lawyers Beware: the accounts are coming after your business. This article...

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On 25 September 2018, a group of in-house leaders and thinkers came together at the Law Society to discuss how technology can drive return on investment (ROI) for...

Part 1 of the great debate over technology, editors Mark and Catherine weigh up the pros and cons of technology on collaboration in a rapidly changing legal...

When it comes to implementing new technology, selecting the right tech is half the battle. An assessment of existing technologies alongside honest discussions...

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In the most general terms, artificial intelligence (AI) is somewhere near the peak of the hype cycle (1). If you work in or adjacent to the legal industry (like most...

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As 2017 drew to a close, LexisNexis hosted a debate on legal innovation with leading experts from across the profession. It was a robust exchange of ideas and we...

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We make no apology for the use of buzzwords in this blog post – this was the world’s first legal data design jam and innovation often inspires criticism...

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Even a few years ago, the idea of lawyers working remotely - and not in a plush office – would have seemed eccentric. For many people, lawyers are perceived as...

Legal and tech worlds collided over the weekend (11-13 November) for our inaugural  “Rule of Law Hackathon” – bringing together lawyers,...

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You send a fourth email clarifying what you really meant. The person you’re speaking to is a colleague - sat only 20 metres away. Frustratingly, they’re...