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Dutch Legal Tech Update - Issue 281


Dutch Legal Tech Update

May 24 · Issue #281 · 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 281 of the Dutch Legal Tech Quarantine Update with a mix of Legal Tech and Covid19 legal-related articles. 
Proud to announce that this year’s ELTACON will be in Tel Aviv on the 28 of November. Looking forward to holding this conference in “StartupCountry” Looking forward to working together with Zohar Fisher and the great Robus team and meeting legal innovators in Tel Aviv! If you are interested to be a sponsor, don’t hesitate to reach out to me.
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"Overflow"​ is a Red Flag "Overflow"​ is a Red Flag
‘Law Students Need to Hear from People on the Ground’ – Alice Armitage, LexLab – Artificial Lawyer
Outside Law Firm Panel Convergence: Innovation Driver or Innovation Destroyer? Outside Law Firm Panel Convergence: Innovation Driver or Innovation Destroyer?
Kiwi legal tech LawVu tops up its Series A with an extra NZ$20 million | iTech News
Crypto Lawsuit Deluge Has Big Firms Scrambling to Keep Up
Dutch Legal Tech Map, download it here for free!
Alex Hamilton — Innovation Opportunities Alex Hamilton — Innovation Opportunities
‘Door technologie worden advocaten minder belangrijk. Ik bestrijd dat ten zeerste.’ (Jeroen Maas) – (Dutch)
77% of Inhouse Lawyers Experience Failed Legal Tech Projects – Artificial Lawyer
New Termi Chatbot May Just Be the Missing Link in Driving Tech Adoption at Law Firms | LawSites
Podcast of the week
LawNext Podcast: Jonathan Pyle on Why He Developed Docassemble and Made It Open Source | LawSites
Startup of the week
Certainty restored.Simple contract management software that's set up in minutes.
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