1. Demonstrate knowledge of: (a) trends in the legal services industry, including: business pressures on the traditional law firm model (such as the growth of in-house legal teams, offshoring, commoditisation of formerly bespoke legal work), new market entrants and the changing ways that legal professionals are employed and undertake their work; (b) developing technologies and techniques with relevance and potential application to law, including artificial intelligence, machine learning and data analytics; and (c) how software is developed, including an introduction to coding, how to prototype apps and how to work with software developers. 2. Demonstrate the reasoning, research and communication skills to: (a) reflect critically on the changing nature of the legal services industry; (b) investigate, analyse and evaluate developing technologies and their potential application to the delivery of legal services; and (c) generate, justify and present a prototype of a technology-based product to enhance the delivery of legal services, whether through the application of advanced technological or mathematical techniques, user-centred design, or another novel approach to the delivery of legal services. 3. Demonstrate the ability to apply the above knowledge and skills: (a) with creativity and initiative to new situations; (b) with high level personal autonomy and accountability; and (c) to plan and execute substantial research based projects.