Yesterday we were invited by Munich Legal Tech Student Association e.V. to Hogan Lovells offices in Munich to an event “Legal Tech in Großkanzleien” (Legal Tech in Large law firms) where partners from Hogan Lovells presented to IT and Law students and other interested parties the various legal-tech solutions that they use in their daily operations. The emphasis was on Digital Datarooms and Document Review technologies.
It was very good to see that young to-be lawyers are interested in legal-tech.The exchange between young, motivated and in legal-tech interested individuals is very relevant for us, as the lawyers of the future are the first generation that will practice their profession exclusivelly with the help of Legal Tech Solutions.
Our article was published on the web page http://www.legal-tech.de on the topic “How Legal Tech-Startups work and what can Law Firms learn from them”.
This article describes with which technologies Legal Tech Startups work and what can Law Firms and Legal departments learn from them.
You can read the article here (in German): https://www.legal-tech.de/wie-legal-tech-startups-arbeiten-und-was-kanzleien-von-ihnen-lernen-koennen/
Companies in bavaria can now apply for a 10.000 Euro bonus on digital software projects.