Will brain-monitoring technology influence the practice of law?

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A report written for The Law Society, an independent professional body for solicitors in the UK, examines the impact of neurotechnology on the practice of law. From a business of law standpoint, “In light of the development of attention-monitoring neurotechnologies, the billable hours metric might become too crude for some clients who might prefer to pay for ‘billable units of attention.’’’ Read more at lawsociety.org.uk

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