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Dutch Legal Tech Quarantine Update - Issue 242


Dutch Legal Tech Update

June 1 · Issue #242 · 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 242 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 contest from the University of Amsterdam/Law Hub with the topic “Legal techies of today and tomorrow” You can join this contest over a live stream.
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Legal techies of today and tomorrow - Amsterdam Law Hub Legal techies of today and tomorrow - Amsterdam Law Hub
Legal Tech in Germany: Proposal for a Regulation of Consumer-Friendly Offers in the Legal Services Market – Legal Protection International
The battle to win at legal tech | Financial Times The battle to win at legal tech | Financial Times
Big Law Firms Are Going to School on How Innovation Works
The Algorithmic Auditing Trap. ‘Bias audits’ for discriminatory tools… | by Mona Sloane | OneZero
How one BigLaw firm is accelerating its legal tech capabilities - Lawyers Weekly
Three exciting legal tech trends in 2021
4 Things GPT-4 Will Improve From GPT-3 | by Alberto Romero | May, 2021 | Towards Data Science
Video and Podcast of the week
Legal AI is here to stay, because ‘guessing and hoping for the best’ is no longer enough – Emily Foges, Deloitte Legal AI
Future Law Bootcamp with Joe Borstein - Christian Lang (5.20.21)
Startup of the week
Home | Larqis | The smarter compliance and risk solution
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