Chrissie Lightfoot, solicitor and author of 'The Naked Lawyer' has released an app which uses artificial intelligence to provide free legal services. The Legal Intelligence Support Assistant, better known as LISA, asks users about their legal needs and drafts legally binding documents on their behalf. The app can already draft Non-Disclosure Agreements in less than seven minutes. 

Lightfoot says that her goal is to change legal services by cutting costs and making legal advice accessible to those who wouldn't ordinarily have the means to hire a lawyer. Will LISA and other robolawyers radically alter the accessibility of legal services? And if so, what will be the impact on paralegals, junior lawyers, and entry routes in to the legal profession?