Legal tech goes global in the Hague

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Another year, another HiiL Innovating Justice Forum. The Forum is a yearly event, held in the Peace Palace in the Hague. Members of the global legal community get together each year to look at how technology can bridge the justice gap. In fact, Clocktimizer was even a Dutch finalist in 2017! This year our Marketing… Read More

Our Twitter #LawProfitChat wrap-up

Last week Clocktimizer and LawVision hosted our first joint Twitter chat. This time, we focused on the question keeping Managing Partners up at night. How can you increase your firm’s profitability? It is part of a series of joint content we’ll be producing together over the coming year. So keep an eye on our social… Read More

We’re hosting a Twitter chat with LawVision

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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

2019 is going to be a busy year for Clocktimizer

Its official. The fog of hangovers have lifted and we are all officially in 2019. We’ve had a busy 2018 at Clocktimizer, launching our first Machine Learning engine. We attended a whole host of events and even taught coding classes at Legal Geek. We welcomed many amazing new clients on board, including Neal Gerber, Pepper… Read More

An introduction to Machine Learning with Clocktimizer – free e-book

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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 engine,… Read More

An introduction to machine learning – Part 3 (How do machines learn?)

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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 2 (A history lesson)

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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

AI hype, legal service delivery & the death of time recording – Our Twitter chat wrap-up

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Recently Clocktimizer launched our machine learning engine, the Data Lab. The Data Lab’s first mission? To automatically assign task or J-Codes to narratives. Because each lawyer spends approximately 20 minutes a week on codes, this could save the legal industry over 43 million hours each year! To coincide with this launch, we decided to host… Read More

An introduction to machine learning – Part 1

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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

Join the Clocktimizer Twitter chat on the 13th November

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Recently, Clocktimizer announced the launch of our machine learning engine. Initially, we will be using the engine to automatically assign task and J-Codes to timecard narratives. Why? Well, the legal industry wastes over 833,000 hours each week assigning codes. At a rate of $200 per hour, that’s $166 million in lost revenue. Clearly, this needs… Read More