The legal market — and I mean the global legal market — is ripe for disruption. I say that from experience both as a practicing lawyer and as a consumer of legal services. Legal services are way, way too expensive and unreliable.
This is not news. The question is not whether law should be disrupted. It is how. One way to do this is to re-think how lawyers generate their source material — through legal research. CARA does this in the US market, and it is an interesting start.