Hand-picked articles, resources, tools, and conversations from the world of Legal Tech. Curated by Jeroen Zweers @zweers and Jelle van Veenen @jellevanveenen.
Hand picked articles, resources, tools, and conversations from the world of Legal Tech. This newsletter is curated by Jeroen Zweers @zweers and Jelle van Veenen @jellevanveenen
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In the morning of June 28, 2015, the third day of our Thailand holiday, I woke up in a hotel bed in Bangkok, next to my wife. I noticed a very strange phenomenon: a complete haze in about a quarter of my field of view.
Law is missing a trick. It’s missing it so much that it’s leaving the door wide open for disruption — not just from the new kids sprouting start-ups all over the place but from your biggest competitors. It’s all going to depend on who realises it first.
An interesting debate took place on Twitter over the past few days on the term “Legal Design”. I thought it would be worthwhile documenting it on here as it will soon be lost on Twitter as we move on there to the next hot topic. I think this is a debate worth preserving and perhaps expanding upon.