Legal Tech ist als Trendthema mittlerweile in aller Munde. Vielen Anwälten fällt es aber schwer, aus dem „Hype“ das herauszufiltern, was für sie wirklich relevant ist, um eine Legal Tech-Strategie zu entwickeln. Das Seminar gibt einen systematischen Überblick über Technologien und zeigt anhand von Beispielen, wie diese aktuell und in Zukunft von Wirtschaftskanzleien eingesetzt werden […]Weiterlesen von "Seminare: Legal Tech-Strategie für Wirtschaftsanwälte"
This a very interesting lecture by Katz in which he explains and discusses Machine Learning as a Service (MLSaaS) and why this could potentially make a great difference in the speed legal analytics is developed and implemented. Signup für den Newsletter:Weiterlesen von "Machine Learning as a Service and the Future of Legal Analytics"
By Daniel W. Linna Jr. When the State Bar of Michigan invited me to write an article about legal technology, I aimed to make it a call to action with a framework and roadmap for legal-services innovation. Many lawyers and legal-services organizations now grasp that they must engage in innovation to improve legal services. But […]Weiterlesen von "A Framework and Roadmap for Leveraging Legal Technology"
von Nico Kuhlmann In English: Illustrated retrospective by host Florian Glatz Am 8. und 9. Februar fand im Rahmen der Berlin Legal Tech 2017 als deren Auftakt der deutschlandweit erste Hackathon zu juristischen Themen statt. An diesem einzigartigen Event haben zirka 100 Teilnehmer aus ganz Europa unter der Leitung von RA Florian Glatz (@heckerhut) und Prof. […]Weiterlesen von "Hacking.Law – Deutschlands erster Legal Tech Hackathon #berlinlegaltech2017"
I would like to share these slides which contain all major topics of the Fin(Legal)Tech Conference which took place in November 2016 in Chicago: Fin (Legal) Tech – Law’s Future from Finance’s Past – Professors Daniel Martin Katz & Michael J. Bommarito II de Daniel KatzWeiterlesen von "Slides Fin(Legal)Tech Conference"
The legal profession needs technology skills I’ve recently been researching the need the profession has for people with legal technology skills. This has involved meeting people across the profession: from lawyers serving the tech sector through senior in-house counsel who increasingly push lawyers for creative technological solutions as well as legal advice to those in […]Weiterlesen von "Why Law Students should get „legal tech-ready“"
Ivan Rasic, CEO and founder of LegalTrek, published an intersting blog post on the future of legal services recently. Very insightful and knowledgable. I highly recommend it. In the blog post you will find many thoughts and comments from Ivan as well as other top experts from the legal (tech) industry. You will learn about the […]Weiterlesen von "Law Firms vs NewLaw: How to face the future of legal services"
Read a blog post, article, essay, tweet, or almost anything else covering the practice of law and you will see the word “new” usually followed by “law.” The practice of law has changed, is changing, and will continue to change. New Law includes alternative service providers, new types of law firms, new billing models, and […]Weiterlesen von "The „New“ in Legal Education"
The legal media has lately had a mania for tech headlines. Many commentators claim that tech, especially artificial intelligence (AI), will do something to Big Law. I disagree. Tech more likely will do something in it: incremental change. I start with the case against disruption, then look at four headline-grabbing technologies: AI, Bots, Big Data, […]Weiterlesen von "Bots, Big Data, Blockchain, and AI – Disruption or Incremental Change?"
One might be forgiven for thinking that legal technology, or legal tech, is something new. With exponentially increasing levels of talk of about Artificial Intelligence use in law firms (see below: Defining AI), plus a flurry of stories about machine learning, predictive coding and the latest matter management systems it can feel like legal tech […]Weiterlesen von "The Triumph of Legal Tech"