Five of the funniest court judgments

- Blog Posts, Other

Every now and again we like to write something to put a smile on your face. That’s why this week, we’re giving pricing and legal project management a break. Instead. we’ll be running through five of our favourite court judgements of all time. So grab a biscuit and a nice cup of tea and avoid… Read More

Meet the Clocktimizer team – Ikram & Dominiek

- About Clocktimizer, Blog Posts

Pieter van der Hoeven and Bram Fokke founded Clocktimizer together in 2014. Since then we’ve grown our team to include programmers, designers and a whole host of other important jobs. We have worked hard to create a dynamic, creative group of people. So we want to make sure you know who they are too. This… Read More

We’re hosting a Twitter chat with LawVision

- Blog Posts, Events & campaigns, Legal tech information

Those of you who follow our Twitter handle (@Clocktimizer) will be familiar with our Chats. For one hour we host a debate around three big questions facing the legal industry. We’ve covered the death of the billable hour. Whether lawyers need to be good at service delivery. We’ve even discussed whether robots are out for… Read More

An interview with Alison Larson, Strategic Pricing & Risk Manager at Neal Gerber

- About Clocktimizer, Blog Posts, Legal tech information

The legal industry is changing. Some may wish it was changing faster. Nonetheless, change is upon us. At Clocktimizer, we are lucky to work directly with many of the people driving that change. From Pricing Directors, to Heads of Operations to Service Delivery Managers. Unsurprisingly, many of them have a unique insight into the legal… Read More

Distract yourself this Christmas – The best Roll on Friday blogs of 2018

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Its only a few more days until we all get to stuff ourselves with an ill advised amount of food and open a small mountain of presents. However, many of you are likely to stay working over the Christmas break. As such, we feel it is our duty at Clocktimizer, to provide you with a… Read More

An introduction to machine learning – Part 2 (A history lesson)

- Blog Posts, Events & campaigns, Legal tech information

Nearly everyone who keeps up to date with technological developments has heard of the term ‘machine learning’. It’s a nice buzzword that is being used more and more in recent years. But what does machine learning actually entail? What is the technology that lies behind it? To coincide with the launch of Clocktimizer’s machine learning… Read More

An introduction to machine learning – Part 1

- Blog Posts, Events & campaigns, Legal tech information

Nearly everyone who keeps up to date with technological developments has heard of the term ‘machine learning’. It’s a nice buzzword that is being used more and more in recent years. But what does machine learning actually entail? What is the technology that lies behind it? To coincide with the launch of Clocktimizer’s machine learning… Read More

Get your free coding recipe book here – Our Legal Geek round up

- Blog Posts, Events & campaigns, Legal tech resources and lists

On the 17th October Clocktimizer attended our second Legal Geek conference. This year we were excited to offer our first introductory coding class. We also brought along our own photo booth and pitched at the after party. Needless to say it was a busy a day. For those that couldn’t make it over to Legal… Read More

Why smart collaboration is the easiest way for firms to increase revenue

- Blog Posts, Clocktimizer features & information, Legal tech information

While attending this year’s Briefing Transformations conference, we learned something interesting. The importance of data driven collaboration. Now, given our dislike of buzzwords, this seems like it could be an empty concept. After all, what sort of effect can collaboration have on a firm’s annual turnover? We would all agree that collaboration helps reduce staff… Read More

Dear UK lawyers – We’ve put J-Codes in a handy Excel spreadsheet

- Blog Posts, Legal tech information, Legal tech resources and lists

We know assigning codes is a repetitive task. It’s also a pain trying to copy and paste them from a PDF document. Which is unfortunate if you’re a lawyer in the UK, because they are only published as a PDF. Well, after listening to the woes of our clients, we’ve written them out for you… Read More