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Automated Service to Assist in Drafting Court Claims: Preparing a Minimum Viable Product

Student: Vladimir Grosul

Supervisor: Dmitrii Trubnikov

Faculty: St.Petersburg School of Economics and Management

Educational Programme: Management (Bachelor)

Year of Graduation: 2021

The continuing impact of digital transformation is challenging the monopoly of lawyers in the practice of law and, ultimately, changing the mode of production in the legal field. In light of globalisation processes, researchers predict a radical transformation of the way legal services are delivered. Not every person without legal education is able to accurately draw up a lawsuit in court and collect an absolutely complete package of documents according to all requirements of the law. The purpose of this theses-project was to develop a minimum viable product of an automated portal for filing claims in court.

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