Robots and humans go hand-in-hand with legal tech

Legal tech promises to automate tedious and time-consuming tasks, thereby freeing up the time of inhouse counsellors. But what processes could be automated, and should the legal staff fear for their jobs in the future?

Signs your corporate legal department needs a digital strategy

A digital strategy is important because it outlines how organisations can leverage technology to improve outcomes, including how technology can create a competitive advantages and concrete steps it will take.

The COVID crisis catalyses legal tech adoption among law firms

The COVID crisis has pushed law firms to adapt and evolve, accelerating the legal technology landscape.

Do the importance and maturity levels of legal department areas correlate with each other?

Based on the in depth study Legal Departments in a Digital Era (2020), we will look into the importance of various areas within an in-house legal team and the maturity levels of the same areas

An open all-in-one solution for the fragmented legal tech market? Lupl aims for the sky

The tool aims to ease collaboration between different legal teams and the technologies that they use

How do legal departments plan to increase their value?

Based on the comprehensive study Legal Departments in a Digital Era, we look further into some key findings from the study to better understand the status of legal departments across Europe

Legal Technology: allnex counts on Knowliah

The chemical company needed to replace their document management system and have not looked back since

Balancing privacy concerns with opportunities offered by Blockchain Technology

In this first article of ECLA’s Tech Series, Head of Legal Maria Teresa Zucchelli addresses the rise of Blockchain technology and its potential implications in data protection.

“AI is nothing to be afraid of”

At a panel discussion jointly organised by ELCA and hosted in the European Parliament, experts discussed the challenges posed by AI within the legal field.

Website offering litigation support for tenants against landlords within the law, German high court rules

German court ruling allows company to provide online legal services in landmark ruling for consumer protection

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