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Dutch Legal Tech Update - Issue 251

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Dutch Legal Tech Update

October 5 · Issue #251 · 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 afternoon to this week’s Issue 251 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, for my Dutch and Belgium readers, the Podcast from my friends at the Belgium Rechtspraak. This issue is about Tech and innovation challenges in the legal sector. Also, I like to point out a very interesting article from The New York Times on AI.
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The Data-Backed Legal Function: Enhancing Insight, Creating Business Impact, And Improving Customer Experience The Data-Backed Legal Function: Enhancing Insight, Creating Business Impact, And Improving Customer Experience
Research: "Billions could be saved" by funding more legal advice - Legal Futures
A.I. Can Now Write Its Own Computer Code. That’s Good News for Humans. - The New York Times A.I. Can Now Write Its Own Computer Code. That’s Good News for Humans. - The New York Times
Zuva closes $20 million CAD Series A round, launches AI document solution | BetaKit
The legaltech startups helping lawyers - or making them redundant - CTech
The Data-Backed Legal Function: Enhancing Insight, Creating Business Impact, And Improving Customer Experience
How to get into ‘legal tech’ – Rich Folsom
Podcasts of the week
RechtSpraak: Aflevering 6 - RechtSpraak | Podcast on Spotify
Nicole Bradick and Andy Wishart on Why UI and UX Matter in Legal Tech Adoption | LawSites
Startup of the week
YumiDocs: Content Aware Legal Documents YumiDocs: Content Aware Legal Documents
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