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Law firms aren’t naturally set up to deal with the challenges presented by our data-saturated world.  Law firms have historically dealt with the problem of information management and document-review

Mary Bonsor is CEO and co-founder of F-LEX, a legaltech startup using automation to create a seamless recruitment experience for applicants, law firms and legal departments. In Part 1

If I was to describe my dream job, it would probably be what I’m doing right now. I’m a researcher at the University of Oxford’s Saïd Business School, where

Two major threats that the legal sector is facing at the moment are the growing number of alternative legal services providers (ALSPs) and the entry of the Big 4

Hi, I’m Electra and I’m the Founder of The Law Boutique. I started the business in summer of 2017 after spending over ten years in various large organisations in

The legal contracts landscape in any organisation is in a perpetual state of flux because of the wide and continually expanding variety of formats. Over the years, traditional paper

In Part 2 of our 3-part series about the LegalTech startup, Juro, CEO Richard Mabey explains the challenges of scaling up a startup, and the framework he uses to

There are 5.7 million businesses in the UK and just 140,000 solicitors (there’s even fewer if we just focus on corporate law). Looking at the numbers, it’s no wonder