Tag Archives: law

AI for Services – September 2020

Sector:
Client:Knowledge Transfer Network
Published: 16 September, 2020
Document type:LE publication | Report

Artificial Intelligence (AI) and other data technologies are set to impact almost every sector of the economy, bringing significant opportunities for UK businesses. Across the accountancy, insurance and legal sectors, AI and data have the potential to transform the way businesses interact with customers, deliver better and more personal products and services, and bring systemic […]

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Westminster Legal Policy Forum – Behavioural Research in Legal Services

Sector:Behavioural Economics.
Client:N/A
Published: 04 March, 2020
Document type:Presentation

Dr Ashwini Natraj presented LE’s behavioural research on consumer decision-making when searching for legal services at the Westminster Legal Forum on 25th February.

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Price and Service Transparency on Barristers’ Websites – Experimental Consumer Research – September 2018

Sector:
Client:The Bar Standards Board
Published: 13 September, 2018
Document type:Report

The Bar Standards Board commissioned London Economics and YouGov to study consumer behaviour and attitudes towards barristers’ price and service transparency. The study used focus groups and a behavioural experiment to understand how consumers access, assess and act on price and service information when searching for barristers’ services. The Bar Standards Board will use the […]

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Press Release – Price and Service Transparency on Barristers’ Websites – Experimental Consumer Research – September 2018

Sector:
Client:The Bar Standards Board
Published: 14 September, 2018
Document type:Report

The Bar Standards Board commissioned London Economics and YouGov to study consumer behaviour and attitudes towards barristers’ price and service transparency. The study used focus groups and a behavioural experiment to understand how consumers access, assess and act on price and service information when searching for barristers’ services. The Bar Standards Board will use the […]

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