LawPavilion takes legal research, law reports to WhatsApp
In an effort to ensure that no lawyer in Nigeria is left behind in adopting technology in this new era, LawPavilion has created a Law reporting and electronic legal research by releasing an application that allows Judges and Lawyers..
Ondo judiciary begins implementation of court automation
To beat the restriction against large gatherings, occasioned by the coronavirus pandemic, the Ondo State Judiciary has started to deploy technology to ensure that nothing stalls justice delivery.
Expert urges lawyers to embrace technology
Following the recent signing of the African Continental Free Trade Agreement (AfCFTA) by president Muhamadu Buhari, the Managing Director of Law Pavilion Business Solutions Ltd. Mr. Ope Olugasa has called on Nigerian and African lawyers to embrace modern technologies in order to compete successfully in the provision of legal services across the continent.
LawPavilion unveils Nigeria’s first artificial intelligence legal assistant
LawPavilion Business Solutions, the foremost Legal Technologies Company in Nigeria is set to release Nigeria’s first Artificial Intelligence Legal Assistant. Managing Director, Ope Olugasa in a statement said his firm is integrating Artificial Intelligence, simply known as (AI) into their Legal Software Solutions.
Lawpavilion creates judgment feedback for judges
Africa’s leading Legal Technologies Company, LawPavilion has made an innovation aimed at helping judges monitor appellate court decisions.
New legal software debuts
Indigenous legal services firm, Grace InfoTech Limited, publishers of LawPavilion, the electronic law reporting application said it has come up with a new product.