Coming from a Legaltech (or Lawtech if you prefer) background – it’s not always obvious why the Autto team talk about the legal and regulated markets in the same breath. Max Cole, one of Autto’s founders has written an article for Articial Lawyer explains his perspective and introduces the term Legalish
Legal Geek Conference 2018 Working at the small stuff by Max Cole This year’s Legal Geek conference was held last week in London. Jimmy Vestbirk’s annual lawtech gettogether has just got bigger and more influential. In 2016 there were 500 delegates, one...
How to overcome the barriers to legal workflow automation by Ian Gosling Whether you are in a General Counsel’s Office (GCO) or working in a law firm your colleagues and clients are asking you to do more without a commensurate increase in resources. GCO’s are...
What Marginal Gains and Black Box Thinking can teach us about implementing #legaltech by Ian Gosling I was chatting to a staff member at a leading law firm last week and the discussion turned to the Olympics about to start in Rio and the 2012 London Games which...
This white paper from PWC http://pwc.to/2asjRou cautions against mistaking technology for innovation. Adopting whizzy technology is not itself a proxy for innovation, it concludes; it can be part of the story, but innovation requires “deeper change across the organisation, including behaviour, culture, capability and processes”.
The American Bar Association’s Report on the Future of Legal Services in the United States caught my attention last week. It’s interesting to us here at Autto for a couple of reasons. First, because a lot of interest in our legal workflow software is coming from North America and second because – fact – what happens there is coming here next.
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