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Dutch Legal Tech Quarantine Update - Issue 240

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Dutch Legal Tech Quarantine Update

May 18 · Issue #240 · View online

Hand-picked articles, resources, tools, and conversations from the world of Legal Tech. Curated by Jeroen Zweers @zweers and Jelle van Veenen @jellevanveenen.


Good morning to this week’s Issue 240 of the Dutch Legal Tech Quarantine Update with a mix of Legal Tech and Covid19 legal-related articles. This week I like to point out a survey from EY under legal departments and again a very interesting article on the rise and exits of Dutch Legal Tech startups.
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The General Counsel Imperative: How does contracting complexity hide clear profitability? | EY - Global The General Counsel Imperative: How does contracting complexity hide clear profitability? | EY - Global
Magic circle accelerates technology drive | News | Law Gazette
What can law firms learn from Amazon? – Virtual Intelligence
What Is The Right Valuation Of Any Legal Tech Startup? - Legalcomplex What Is The Right Valuation Of Any Legal Tech Startup? - Legalcomplex
LL.M. Students Prepare for the Digital Future of Legal Practice | LLM GUIDE
Legal Teams Need A ‘Single Digital Gateway’ – Artificial Lawyer
Legal-tech platform promoting access to justice for marginalized communities presented at conference | Law Times Legal-tech platform promoting access to justice for marginalized communities presented at conference | Law Times
Applying Systems Thinking to Legal Tech Ecosystem Mapping: An Unstructured Experiment on the Turkish Legal Tech Ecosystem - The Impact Lawyers
Law students as agents of change - The Impact Lawyers
California Bar ‘Sandbox’ May Rattle Legal Competition for Firms
Law firms are building A.I. expertise as regulation looms | Fortune
Analyzing artificial intelligence plans in 34 countries
Startup of the week
The days of expensive and exhausting contracting are over. The days of expensive and exhausting contracting are over.
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