Legal technology is using automation mechanisms and software’s like Artificial Intelligence to provide and aid in legal services. This technology has risen over the years and it has highly been adopted in Kenya by numerous reputable firms trying to improve the overall efficiency of their respective services in order to create a conducive working environment.
Legal technology allows firms and sole practitioners to compete with the leading entities in the field, through provision of, giving them access to powerful and friendly research tools. The ripple effect is provision of legal service to a significant majority who seek the same at a relatively affordable cost, the service provider notwithstanding.
In a nutshell, legal technology has even the playing ground and expediency in service delivery. This in return will benefit everyone when it comes to accessing justice because all the legal process will be done faster as compared to before.
E-filling is also embedded in this technology which means when you file a document with the court it is reviewed and approved relatively quickly. In Kenya one of the Courts that has embraced E-filling is the Milimani Law Courts in Nairobi. This serves as a means to react faster to new developments of a case and faster resolutions.