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Dutch Legal Tech Update - Issue 271

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Dutch Legal Tech Update

March 15 · Issue #271 · 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 271 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 an interesting of “Debunking Legal Tech Myths” and also my new column “Inspiring innovators after Richard Susskind”. Happy reading!
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The future impact of artificial intelligence - Information Age
Column: Inspirerende innovators na Richard Susskind - Advocatie (Dutch)
Playbook Legal
Quote from today: “I’m new to this legal tech thing but it seems like there’s more people that don’t know what they are talking about than people who do?”
Playbook Legal
This is the problem with legal tech in law firms - it’s an easy thing to bluff your way through. The same cannot be said for legal ops
Debunking Legal Tech Myths - Law Technology Today Debunking Legal Tech Myths - Law Technology Today
Dutch Legal Tech Map, download it here for free!
What is Legal Tech, and How Is It Changing the Legal Industry?
The Surprising Reason Most Legal Tech Solutions Fail - ReadWrite
Legal Tech AI im Vertragslebenszyklus (German)
How Data Visualisation Can Support Legal Sector How Data Visualisation Can Support Legal Sector
Podcast of the week
Legal Innovation in Silicon Valley: View from Wilson Sonsini | LegalTect Matters | Litera | Litera
Startup of the week
Never let a matter slip through the cracks again. Never let a matter slip through the cracks again.
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