Low-code and no-code development platforms have existed for years, but 2019 saw a dramatic rise in the prominence of such platforms for legal industry use cases. Advocates view low- and no-code environments — and the applications created with them — as a way to improve attorney efficiency, increase access to justice, and train the next generation of lawyers. But not everyone agrees. Join a panel of startups, lawyers, and legal educators as we explore the rise of no-code platforms and their future for legal service delivery.
Moderator: Jeroen Plink, Clifford Chance Applied Solutions