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Belarus The most recent study on the automation of legal activities in Belarus was carried out in 2021. It depicted a clear dissatisfaction among lawyers with the current level of automation. Issues around high

Austria The situation as of mid-2023 is that few true legaltech startups have gained traction (fairplane.at, notarity.com). Legal Tech is fostered by the two major legal publishers via their databases and by law firms,

Estonia Estonia will see these legal technology developments in 2024: •  FutureLaw conference and other events will showcase legal-tech innovations and trends and promote collaboration and networking among legal professionals, entrepreneurs, academics, and policymakers from

On the 12 May this year I addressed around 600 lawyers at the annual dinner of ARDL, the Association of Regulatory and Disciplinary Lawyers at The Guildhall, London where I spoke about the

Before launching Office & Dragons, I was an M&A lawyer with Kirkland & Ellis in London and New York, advising large private equity firms on billion-dollar deals. In that time, I witnessed first-hand

Great irregularities in life always bring forth droves of people wondering ‘what next’. I will join their ranks and outline my views on what is going to happen next in legal technology and

There’s nothing like a melodramatic battle to distract us from what’s important. I’ve watched one unfold recently, energetically fought with hashtags and press releases. In the red corner,  we’ll call our fighter ‘AI Hype’.

Legaltech adoption has been on the lips of every city law firm. But is this really being put into practice? By 2022 – that is three years from now – Wolters Kluwer reports that