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Why AR and VR Matter to the European Legal Industry?
AR and VR are primed to become essential tools of tech-savvy litigators of Europe in the very near future.
FREMONT, CA: Augmented Reality (AR) and Virtual Reality (VR) are bringing the physical and digital worlds closer. Augmented and virtual reality technologies booming, and many people, particularly in the legal community, are still unfamiliar with what it is and how it can be used in the legal operation. Here is what the European legal industry must know.
Using AR and VR in law school can help transform the delivery and quality of legal education. With AR and VR, instead of reading legal cases in the traditional lengthy hard covered case books, students can view and experience the facts of those cases in a richer and more meaningful format. AR and VR could also provide a litigator with a virtual courtroom-like experience so that students can practice case presentations easily. A deal lawyer may be able to provide clients with mock contract negotiation scenarios with AR
Apart from this, judges and juries can wear AR or VR devices to immediately travel to a crime scene so they can deeply view, inspect, and review pieces of evidence during a trial. While critical rules
and laws pertaining to evidence may need to evolve, technology like AR or VR in the courtrooms will provide better justice and fairness for all by enabling judges and juries to have clearer and better access to evidence. In addition, the use of AR and VR is not limited to the courtroom. The technologies could be used in depositions, in mediations, in anything and everything where getting close to objects and manipulating them would be instructional, in any setting where lawyers are trying to communicate and educate.
When legal teams use AR and VR, they can interact with each other in virtual spaces to collaborate without having to be all together in one physical location. Such use cases can be very compelling when lawyers and business clients based in locations across the globe need to closely connect on cases where time is of the essence like sensitive contract negotiations, litigation, mergers and acquisitions, and many more.
AR and VR technologies are still at infancy. However, these exciting technologies have the potential to influence the legal community positively.
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