- Monday, 7 March 2016
Software or data analysis techniques that could help flag up fraudulent legal aid claims or predict the likelihood of someone re-offending are outcomes the Ministry of Justice is hoping could come from a hackathon it will hold later this month.
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LexisNexis Enterprise Solutions and Coadjute unite to facilitate property market digital transformation