Low-code and no-code development platforms have existed for years with the promise of empowering users to easily build solutions they need. They have the marmite effect; people tend to love them or not be a fan. But is there a middle ground?
Jeroen Plink, Clifford Chance Applied Solutions CEO, chaired a Stanford Law School FutureLaw conference podcast on the subject of ‘No-Coding for Lawyers: The Surge of “No Code” Platforms for LegalTech Development’.
Panelists included Tom Dreyfus (CEO, Josef), Claire Johnson Raba (Clinical Teaching Fellow, Consumer Law Clinic; University of California, Irvine School of Law), Michael Hassin (Chief Technology Officer, Community.lawyer), Jason Morris (Lead Legendary Counsel, Round Table Law) and Adam Pingel (CTO, LexisNexis).
List here to the full podcast where the panelists debate relevant use cases for no code platforms, including how they can make a big impact in the access to justice space.