1st Edition

Legal Analytics The Future of Analytics in Law

    274 Pages 28 B/W Illustrations
    by Chapman & Hall

    274 Pages 28 B/W Illustrations
    by Chapman & Hall

    Legal Analytics: The Future of Analytics in Law navigates the crisscrossing of intelligent technology and the legal field in building up a new landscape of transformation. Legal automation navigation is multidimensional, wherein it intends to construct streamline communication, approval, and management of legal tasks. The evolving environment of technology has emphasized the need for better automation in the legal field from time to time, although legal scholars took long to embrace information revolution of the legal field.

    • Describes the historical development of law and automation.

    • Analyzes the challenges and opportunities in law and automation.

    • Studies the current research and development in the convergence of law, artificial intelligence, and legal analytics.

    • Explores the recent emerging trends and technologies that are used by various legal systems globally for crime prediction and prevention.

    • Examines the applicability of legal analytics in forensic investigation.

    • Investigates the impact of legal analytics tools and techniques in judicial decision making.

    • Analyzes deep learning techniques and their scope in accelerating legal analytics in developed and developing countries.

    • Provides an in-depth analysis of implementation, challenges, and issues in society related to legal analytics.

    This book is primarily aimed at graduates and postgraduates in law and technology, computer science, and information technology. Legal practitioners and academicians will also find this book helpful.






    1. Artificial Intelligence, Automation & Legal System

    Disha Pandey & Namita S Malik

    2. Moving One Step further: The Integration of AI-based mechanisms into the Indian Judicial System

    Harsh Mahaseth and Saumya Pandey

    3. Using AI to address criminal justice needs problems & perspective

    Niteesh Kumar Upadhyay & Snizhana Romashkin

    4. Artificial Intelligence inroads into Indian Judicial System

    Santhi Narayanan, Monica Agarwal & Swati Bansal

    5. The role of language prediction models in contractual interpretation: The challenges and future prospects of GPT-3

    Malcolm Katrak

    6. The impact of New Technologies on Taking Evidence in Civil Court Procedures – Is There a Need for a Conceptual Change?

    Tjaša Ivanc and Cocou Marius Mensah

    7. Legal Analytics on the Role of Intellectual Property and Digital Health System in Overcoming Public Health Emergency

    Ranti Fauza Mayana, Ahmad Ramli and Tisni Santika

    8. Automation in labour Sector and its effects and challenges on jobs creation: an analytical study

    Jagdish Khobragade and Simran Bais

    9. Water Scarcity: A Global Threat to Access Human Right to Clean Water

    Anuja Mishra and David W. Tushaus

    10. The Development of Transportation Sector in the Ages of Automation

    Maria A. Bazhina

    11. Big Data Analytics: The New surveillance Discretion for Criminal Justice System

    Swati Kaushal & Chandrika Singh

    12. The use of inclusive digital technologies to improve access to justice

    Sergey V. Zuev, Oksana V. Ovchinnikova, Vera A Zadorozhnaia and Tatyana P. Pestova

    13. The use of digital technology for enhancing proof in Forensic Document Examination

    Pavlos Kipouras

    14. Legal Analysis in Forensic Investigation

    Galina Rusman and Julia Morozova

    15. Data biases and Predictive Policing System in New Delhi

    Baidya Nath Mukherjee and Bhupinder Singh

    16. How far Data Mining is Legal!

    Jayanta Ghosh and Vijoy Kumar Sinha

    17. Peaceful Neo-Luddism: How the employee and the employer get on a digtial diet?

    Ofman Elena and Dulatova Natalya

    18. International Child Sexual Exploitation (ICSE) Database to fight Child Sexual Abuse & Artificial Intelligence: Challenges

    Sayan Das & Paramita Chaudhary

    19. EU and American Charter on use of Artificial Intelligence in Judicial Process: Model Charter for India?

    Taruna Jakhar and Surya Saxena


    Dr. Namita Singh Malik is working as Dean and Professor at the School of Law, Galgotias University, India. She has 15 years of experience in the field of law. Her teaching and research interest lies in the area of gender studies, criminal laws, forensic science, and law and technology. She has more than 25 research paper presentations and publications.

    Dr. Elizaveta A. Gromova is Associate Professor and the Deputy Director for the International Cooperation and the Coordinator of the LLM Program "Law and Digital Technologies" of the Institute of Law of South Ural State University (National Research University), Russia. She is also a researcher at the International Research Projects "LegalTech: Legal Regulation of AI and Robotics, Legal Provision of the Digital Economy and Creation of the Smart Law for Smart Industry" and "Legal Regulation of the Implementation of the Components of Digital Industry in Industrial Regions." She is also an author of the monograph and textbook and numerous articles in the sphere of business law and law and digital technologies.

    Dr. Smita Gupta is Associate Professor at the School of law, Delhi Metropolitan Education, affiliated with Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University, Delhi. She has vast teaching experience of more than 15 years in interdisciplinary areas of law and social sciences. Her area of interest lies in exploring multifaced dimensions of law with a special focus on associative links of sociology and crime.

    Dr. Balamurugan Balusamy completed Ph.D. at VIT University, Vellore, and is currently working as Professor at Galgotias University, Greater Noida, Uttar Pradesh. He has 15 years of teaching experience in the field of computer science. His area of interest lies in the field of artificial intelligence, Internet of Things, big data, and networking. He has published more than 100 international journal papers and contributed book chapters.