MELTDOWN and SPECTRE: A primer for lawyers

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2018 started with a bang when the Register reported about a design flaw affecting all Intel CPU’s. You might think of The CPU, or Central Processing Unit as the ‘brain’ of the computer. It is a chip executing the millions of executions that make up any program. The design does not just affect Intel CPU’s… Read More

Our pick of the biggest successes (and failures) for legal tech in 2017

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Its been a big year for legal tech. Over the last 12 months a plethora of new solutions have hit the market. We have seen contract analysis tools like Ravn and Kira thrive. Firms have been increasingly successful at storing and analysing their data. A host of new process automation tools have arrived. For those… Read More

The next generation of legal tech innovations

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This year, we were asked to take part in HiiL’s Justice Entrepreneurship School. The school is a week long event, designed to teach entrepreneurs the skills they need to become a success. The school culminates in an awards ceremony for the best idea at the Innovating Justice Forum in the Peace Palace. The start-ups themselves come… Read More

Clocktimizer supports practical legal education for students

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Legal education is currently experiencing a shift. Slowly but surely, institutions around the world are including practical education as part of their law courses. This means students are learning about due diligence software. Students are learning about how to manage a legal budget. Students are learning the skills they need to be able to manage… Read More

Have you tested your own implicit bias?

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On the 2nd & 3rd November Clocktimizer hosted their first Women in Legal Tech event. It was sponsored by DLA Piper, and held at their offices in Amsterdam. The event itself was designed to offer practical advice for those looking to get into the world of legal tech, or to increase diversity in the workplace…. Read More

Women in legal tech – The wrap up

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On the 2nd & 3rd November Clocktimizer hosted their first Women in Legal Tech event. It was sponsored by DLA Piper, and held at their offices in Amsterdam. The event itself was designed to offer practical advice for those looking to get into the world of legal tech, or to increase diversity in the workplace…. Read More

Women in Legal Tech – An introduction to coding

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On the 3rd November, as part of our Women in Legal Tech event, we gave introductory coding classes. Bram Fokke, our CTO, ran the session. Bram taught a bit about the history of the different coding languages, before letting us get coding. Because of the success of the event, we are providing a follow on… Read More

Interviews with women in legal tech – A Clocktimizer e-book

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Diversity within the Legal Tech sector is growing, but still needs support. In the run up to Clocktimizer’s first Women in Legal Tech event, we spoke to inspiring women from the industry about their advice for those looking to move into legal tech. They shared their observations about the industry they work in. They also… Read More

An interview with Marie Bernard, Europe Director of Innovation at Dentons

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As part of our Women in Legal Tech event on the 2nd & 3rd November, we are releasing a series of interviews with inspiring women. Their stories offer advice and guidance for anyone thinking of entering the world of legal tech. Following the event, we will be collating all of the interviews in a free… Read More

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