The debate of whether lawyers should or should not learn to code has been in the air for years. It cools down and then fires up again but the discussion is not new and it buzzes to life on the twittersphere from time to time. However, the big question still remains: do all lawyers actually need to learn to code?
Where to found my startup is the eternal question which comes up for the entrepreneurs in the planning phase, and even though location can be critical to the success of a business, in many cases no comprehensive set of factors are considered when making this lifechanging decision. Therefore, we would like to give you some ideas how to find an answer to this matter.
Many entrepreneurs have asked us this interesting and very important question in our practice, last time during a panel talk last week, so we have decided to give an insight into how you can decide on where to start your business. Indeed, location can be critical to the success of a company. While it does not necessarily spell disaster, and there are definitely ways that can help overcome an unfortunate location, there is no reason to make your entrepreneurial journey harder. You can save yourself the trouble with a little bit of planning ahead and choosing the right place to set up your business in the first place.
As of the summer of 2019, one could actually go to jail in France for using artificial intelligence for analysing court decisions and predicting how a judge might rule on a given case. So far it is only France, but who’s to say others won’t follow, and this is wrong on so many levels.