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Rising Demand Of Legal Tech Start-Ups In India

Akancha Kailash, B.B.A. LLB, Amity University Jharkhand


Technology has evolved long enough and has ruled the planet. All sectors of society have become passionate about technology, and the legal field is no exception. Legal technology or commonly referred to as legal technology refers to the use of technology and software to provide legal services, support lawyers by making their work less tiring, help them deliver legal services much more quickly and efficiently, and make legal content more accessible to the general public.

Technology in the legal field has given rise to Legal Tech Start-ups and these Start-ups are the companies that use technology and software as a method of delivering all legal business through their online platform. Legal technology is rapidly moving from a standard sector to becoming a major sector within the traditional legal industry. The evolution of technology is the major reason for the formation of forensic technology start-ups in India. The motive of these legal tech start-ups is to change the normal procedural ways of working followed by lawyers and other legal professionals, with nascent things being driven by technology. Today's modern technological system has enabled lawyers to try to do their job more accurately and efficiently and has thus benefited the general public.

Indian Journal of Law and Legal Research

Abbreviation: IJLLR

ISSN: 2582-8878


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