All posts by: Remy Takang Arrey

About Remy Takang Arrey
Remy Takang Arrey is a Cameroonian legal professional who currently resides in Belgium. Remy has experience across multiple fields: EU Affairs, International and EU business law, Intellectual Property and ICT Law, Data Protection, Globalisation and Development, Digital Marketing Strategy, etc. In addition, He has multidisciplinary knowledge of the international environment from legal, economic, technological, and globalisation challenges, development issues, and poverty reduction owing to his MSc, LLM and LLB degrees. As an individual curious and eager to learn and explore new challenges, Remy is interested in knowing how the new waves of technology will affect the legal profession. He has a great passion for using technology to improve the legal industry. In his spare time, he enjoys staying up-to-date on the latest developments in legal tech and exploring ways to apply these tools in his work. He believes that legal tech has the potential to make the legal process more efficient, accessible, and transparent, and he is excited to be a part of this growing field.

E-Discovery and Legal Technology in EU

E-discovery, or electronic discovery, is the process of collecting, processing, and producing electronically stored information (ESI) for use as evidence in legal proceedings. E-discovery is commonly used in common law legal systems. It is used in the initial phases of court proceedings when involved parties are required to provide relevant records and evidence related to a case. […]

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The Rise of Newer Cognitive Technologies: A Blessing and a Curse to the Future of the Legal Profession and Justice System?

I.            Introduction As newer cognitive technologies in the field of artificial intelligence (AI) such as natural language processing (NLP), machine learning, and quantum computing continue to develop, it is clear that they will significantly impact the future of the legal profession and justice system. On the other hand, the legal professional and justice systems are constantly evolving […]

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