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Dutch Legal Tech Update - Issue 67

It was an exciting week last week because we announced a great collaboration with the Dutch Universit

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July 4 · Issue #67 · 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.

It was an exciting week last week because we announced a great collaboration with the Dutch Universities of Applied Sciences to prepare students for Legal Tech innovation. We think this is very important because legal innovation starts with creating a mindset for change when you are young.
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Dutch Universities of Applied Sciences Join Forces to Prepare Students for Legal Tech Future
Are Legal Services A Commodity? | Above the Law
The Productization of Legal Services | Law Practice Division
Automation to Squeeze the ‘Muddy Middle’ of Big Law (Perspective) | Big Law Business
049 - Innovating a 2000 Year Old Product - The Innovation Ecosystem
How To Use The 10% Challenge And Design Thinking To Break Boundaries
100 Minutes Of Intense Innovation, Or Changing The World In One Class
Online courts hackathon won by Colin – a talking digital assistant for litigants - Legal Futures
What is European in Legal Tech? – Report on ELTA’s First Conference (#eltacon) | Legal Tech Blog
Prism Legal Law Firm Profitability + Service Delivery: What the Altman Weil Survey Says - Prism Legal
Startup of the week
Claim your Right for Flight Delay Compensation | Flightright
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