LegalTech for justice and inclusion
LegalTech and LawTech are umbrella terms for using technology to increase and facilitate access to justice. But making sure that Franz Kafka’s Trial remains a purely fictional, cautionary tale is just one part of the industry’s mission.
In practice, legal inclusion is often directly linked to legal costs. Reducing them has become one of the biggest catalysts for innovation, giving rise to a whole spectrum of LawTech-driven tools, online paperwork processes, and digital legal services.
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…and justice for all
LawTech development? Objections overruled…
Laws and regulations have to evolve to keep up with the way people and businesses work. Result? They change constantly and rapidly. Regulatory compliance reviews form LegalTech services in their own right. Meanwhile, the very existence of many products depends on the ability to immediately adapt to new legal circumstances. What’s more, LawTechs operating in different countries need to customise their UI/UX design to take legal differences into account.
Many LawTech products operate using sensitive data. That’s why the development team has to be familiar with relevant tools and thread carefully during implementation. No wonder that potential flaws in cyber security are often viewed as deal-breakers. In LegalTech, trust reaches a whole new level of importance. Digital legal services are supposed to empower and protect individuals or organisations when they are most vulnerable.
Legal tech stack
LegalTech is fueled by an array of advanced technologies. Natural Language Processing and pattern recognition can be used to analyse documents and spot anomalies, whereas Robotic Process Automation helps manage high-volume, repetitive tasks. Meanwhile, AI, predictive analytics and data mining keep bringing new ways to optimise operations. With this in mind, LegalTech product development relies on matching business goals with the right tools to achieve them.
Accessible by design
What many designers often overlook (or underestimate) in LegalTech product design is the strong emotional factor connected with the use of such apps. Users need to believe that your product will facilitate the issues they usually struggle with, so there is no room for poor onboarding or overcomplicated interface. The application needs to maintain a healthy balance between the amount of sensitive information it requires and the benefits it offers to users in return.
Integration and scale
LawTech is an area of endless interconnected domains and opportunities to digitise, which makes it impossible (or rather ridiculously expensive) to create an all-in-one solution. By building an integration-ready product, you can significantly increase its market value and the spectrum of its applications across different industries. Additionally, your digital product should be scalable, offer consistent performance and superb UX, regardless of the size of your future user base.
Global Trade Alert
Data-driven LegalTech platform gets UX-ed to perfection
Global Trade Alert is a complex legal state acts monitoring and analytics web platform, run by a team of independent researchers. They monitor legal state measures and report on their impact on international trade. To help users navigate and make the most of data, GTA offers advanced search options, data visualisation, and features for exporting summary statistics.
The international team behind GTA included legal state acts and data analysts fine-tuning the algorithms, but lacked product design and web development skills to make the platform accessible, scalable, and easy to maintain.
Until they found a nearshore partner experienced in legal software development. To make the platform fit for the digital era, Code & Pepper gave Global Trade Alert a full-blown makeover.
Our engineers refined product requirement, built a new user interface, optimised the admin panel and implemented the solution in terms of front-end and back-end. With the addition of Big Data processing and custom cloud infrastructure, Global Trade Alert can continue to advocate for transparency in trade policy changes.
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Duncan Campbell Head of Product
Code & Pepper provided an impressive level of service outside the original scope of requirements. At no additional charge, they proactively redesigned the product to enhance the final version. They took on the bulk of project management tasks and maintained an open line of dialogue.
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PhD Johannes Fritz Project Manager
Global Trade Alert
Code & Pepper became involved in the design process already at the bidding stage. Even though they didn’t have much time to answer our complex request for tenders, the effect was mind-blowing. They had a very practical approach from the very beginning, and this is what made us select them.
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Christian Schneider Co-founder
Code & Pepper has been very responsive to our business needs from the beginning. When new requirements emerged, they were both fast and diligent to provide us with candidates that fully met our requirements. Having a competent partner by your side is a great help to move quickly as a start-up!
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