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Following our meetups in Moscow & Singapore we have now made it all the way ‘Around the World’ to Australia, with our first stop here being Sydney.
Another video from the Amsterdam stop of our European Road Trip in 2017, we met Rick Schmitz, one of the Co-Founders at Legal Things, where they are digitalising the work environment.
iManage’s acquisition of RAVN Systems has been one of biggest LegalTech stories of the year to date. With the deal, announced in May, being widely hailed as an example of AI climbing another step higher in it’s coming-of-age process.
Sweden is not yet a European powerhouse for LegalTech. Yet the country can already lay claim to fostering one of LegalTech’s most ardent proponents: Fredrik Svärd.
A LegalTech fan first and foremost, Svärd is barging his way into the consciousness of the LegalTech scene in Europe because, well, he just really likes LegalTech.
No, no it’s not, says Rob Wilmot:
Crowdicity founder and CEO Rob Wilmot was the first speaker at this year’s Legal Geek Conference, and shared his thoughts on the importance of harnessing the innovation of individuals within companies as well as the unusual path he took to becoming one of the youngest executive officers of a FTSE 100 company, Freeserve, at the turn of the Millennium.
Front and centre of the Legal Geek conference 2017 was the Women in Law Tech panel featuring Somya Kaushik, the CEO of EsqMe; Katherine Ainley, the CEO of Tikit, Christina Blacklaws, the Director of Innovation at Cripps LLP, and Dana Denis-Smith, the CEO of Obelisk.