The Chief Executive Officer of Uganda Law Society Joyce Nalunga has advised lawyers to embrace technology and innovations to advance quality legal services saying this will address legal issues related to transnational crimes such as human trafficking, money laundering, child pornography and Internet crimes.
“Use of technology will help us work smarter and reduce on normal baggage hence improve quality of legal service and justice,” Nalunga said
“The technology will also transform our lives and legal space, improve legal practice and we can’t do without technology because lawyers have to embrace the technology to provide cutting edge legal narrative to earn more money,”Nalunga added.
This was at the 2nd Intellectual property, technology and innovation symposium held under theme: innovation and the Internet of things (IOT) at Speke Hotel Munyonyo.
According to Nalunga the two days symposium will look at the latest intellectual property rights within the Internet of things and cover impacts of innovation and development.
Discussants also covered areas like pharmaceutical, big data, telecom, banking insurance, government energy a deal automotive.
Nalunga however said the proliferation of the Internet has ushered in an age where we are all dependent on technology to carry out even most tasks to cut expenses.
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