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Dutch Legal Tech Update - Issue 291

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Dutch Legal Tech Update

September 20 · Issue #291 · 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 morning to this week’s Issue 291 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 the new Future Lawyer Report 2022 from Wolters Kluwer, and the Dutch podcast “Meesterlijke Gesprekken” where I had the honour to talk about the Dutch legal tech scene and the challenge legal tech entrepreneurs encounter.
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Legal Tech Can Make You More Profitable – Wolters Kluwer Report – Artificial Lawyer
LawNext Podcast: Joshua Schwadron On Pivoting His Legal Tech Company to A Law Firm to Compete with His Former Customers | LawSites
New research reveals the appetite for lawtech among the public and legal professionals - The Legal Services Board
Leveraging process improvement: What does the future hold for process improvement within the legal industry? - Thomson Reuters Institute
Neurotechnologically Augmented Lawyers? Billable Units of Attention? New Study Sees Threats and Opportunities for Neurotechnology and the Law | LawSites Neurotechnologically Augmented Lawyers? Billable Units of Attention? New Study Sees Threats and Opportunities for Neurotechnology and the Law | LawSites
In-house teams face twin challenge of increased workloads and managing risk, survey finds - The Global Legal Post
The UK is at the forefront of legal innovation in Europe | Bdaily
Law Firms Fail in the Oddest Way (All of Them) | Adam Smith, Esq.
In this reimagined version of law school, students are taught to have ‘an entrepreneur’s mind’ In this reimagined version of law school, students are taught to have ‘an entrepreneur’s mind’
Podcast of the week
Startup of the week
Legal Practice Management Software | Dazychain Legal Practice Management Software | Dazychain
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