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Our competition essay question asks law undergraduates to think about how legal technology could transform the legal profession to improve access to justice and diversity in the profession, and what that could look like in 2030. Find all of the details of how to enter here.

Professor Richard Susskind OBE joined as at Two Temple Place on 25 November 2021 to celebrate our 15th anniversary. During his talk, he spoke about the increasing significance of artificial intelligence, the pace of change, how the era of the technology-based digital society we are moving into will shape the way we administer law, and what increasing access to justice means to him.

You can watch Professor Susskind’s full speech here.

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‘For me, at once the most exhilarating and yet disarming thought is this — I can’t prove this but I know it in my heart — that by 2030 all of our lives will be changed by technologies that haven’t yet been invented.’

Professor Richard Susskind OBE