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Dutch Legal Tech Update - Issue 254


Dutch Legal Tech Update

October 26 · Issue #254 · 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 254 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 project I am currently managing on the topic of Access to Justice. In this project, a group of experienced legal innovators advise what we call “social lawyers”, making their practice brighter. For this pilot project, we are looking for 10 “social lawyers”. If you are interested, you can join us here.
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PwC Survey: Relative Legal Tech Costs Rise at 60% of UK 100 – Artificial Lawyer
Project Perspektief
How to Reduce Outside Counsel Spend — in Just Two Steps
Law Firms' Tech Dilemma: Too Many Users and Not Enough IT Professionals | Legaltech News
More than 50% of legal departments plan to buy legal software in next 12 months: ACC report | Canadian Lawyer
Top 10 Legaltech Startups Globally - VCBay News Top 10 Series
Positively Legal: Leading with a Growth Mindset | ACC Docket
Morgan Stanley’s Robot Libor Lawyers Saved 50,000 Hours of Work
Why Your Old-Fashioned Contract Process Is Destroying Your Business - Legal Innovation & Tech Fest
A community reunited | Feature | Law Gazette
Law Firms Are Dropping The Ball On Contract Management - Above The Law's Legal Tech Non-Event
Podcast of the week
The One Thing Legal And Compliance Hate About Innovation Teams
Startup of the week
Claim Analytics | Sibyl | England
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