Hardly a day goes by without the business and legal media reporting different versions of a story with the same theme: new technologies and automation are on the cusp of replacing a whole range of professional services, including within the legal sector. The inevitable result, so the story goes, will be less need for lawyers. […]Weiterlesen von "Legal Tech and the ‚Luddite Fallacy‘"
What has happened in March 2016 in the legal tech community? What was discussed? Which articles should be read? Please find below a selection of my favorite articles in March 2016 which I can highly recommend for anyone who wants to get his/her hands on legal tech: New York Times The Race Is On to Control […]Weiterlesen von "News Roundup: My 10 Top News Picks for March 2016"
Der Begriff „Legal Tech“ schmückt die Titelseiten vieler Gründungsgazetten, doch gibt es gegenwärtig noch wenig Innovationen, die erkennbar den großvolumigen Rechtsalltag beeinflussen. Damit bleibt noch Zeit genug für eine Diskussion, was Legal Tech als neue Bewegung allgemein bedeutet, was es für das Beispiel des Immobilienwirtschaftsrechts konkret bedeuten kann und welche Gefahren oder auch Chancen hinter […]Weiterlesen von "Legal Tech im Immobilienwirtschaftsrecht – Bedrohung oder Chance?"
We hear it all the time. It’s all going to be different from now on. We’re near the tipping point – technology, client demand and liberalisation of the market are transforming law. ABSs and LPOs provide competition, giving clients more choice and heaping the pressure on law firms; we are unbundling, process-mapping and right-sourcing, and […]Weiterlesen von "How will the future for lawyers look like?"
Legal knowledge management appears to be on the rise. The definition of KM that I like best is the art and science of capturing and re-using legal know-how and identifying colleagues with relevant experience. The Pressure Behind the Rise of KM. The corporate C-suite now demands that general counsels control legal budgets. GCs, in turn, […]Weiterlesen von "The Rise of Legal Knowledge Management"
Dr. Roland Vogl is a lawyer, scholar and media entrepreneur and outstanding legal tech pioneer. He is Executive Director of the Stanford Program in Law, Science and Technology and Co-Founder of the famous Center for Legal Informatics (CodeX) at Stanford. I was thrilled to conduct this interview which touches upon various aspects of legal tech and its recent and […]Weiterlesen von "Interview with Dr. Roland Vogl (CodeX) – A Legal Tech Pioneer"
In einem Gastbeitrag für den „Deutschen AnwaltSpiegel“ habe ich einige Technologien, wie Big Data, künstliche Intelligenz, Machine Learning und Naturual Language Processing, die sich hinter Legal Tech verbergen, näher erläutert. Dies soll insbesondere Juristen erleichtern, sich eine genauere Vorstellung davon machen zu können, welche Entwicklungen durch Legal Tech zu erwarten sind und wie diese Technologien […]Weiterlesen von "Ein Game-Changer: IT wird den Rechtsmarkt auf den Kopf stellen"
Recently, the Boston Consulting Group and the Bucerius Center on the Legal Profession published their report on the state and future of legal industry. The key takeaways? Market forces are REAL Tendencies that many law firm partners used to discard as (hopeful?) fads are here to stay. How comes, you ask? Well, let’s consider: Legal […]Weiterlesen von "From Pyramid to Rocket: How Legal Technology will change the Business of Law"
Due to intense pressure from local bar associations and other members, the American Bar Association recently did an about face and announced it would no longer pursue a program with Rocket Lawyer. The program had sought to make it easier for clients to obtain legal services at a more affordable price point. For as little […]Weiterlesen von "Warning to Law Firms: The “uberization” of law is coming…and fast"
by Nico Kuhlmann Legal Tech Blog introduces a new series of posts which will discuss interesting books for those who would like to understand where the legal industry might be heading and which forces might drive changes. All books presented in this series will explain in one way or another why we will work differently […]Weiterlesen von "Legal Tech Book Series: The Future will belong to the Right-brainers!"