LegalTech Review – Sunday 3rd February 2019


A lawyer’s guide to advising clients in the event of a no deal Brexit

Andrew Eaton writes in Legal Cheek about how the sudden legal severance of UK law from EU law presents unique issues of interpretation for lawyers.

DWF to go ahead with £600m stock market float

The Gazette reports that DWF has confirmed that it will become the latest legal services businesses to float on the London Stock Exchange.

Podcast: Mark Cohen’s Strategies for the Global Legal Marketplace

On this episode of LawNext, Mark Cohen joins host Bob Ambrogi, discussing skill gaps in law. In a rapidly changing global legal economy, Cohen offers insights on how law firms should adapt.

Accountants winning in ‘rapidly expanding’ alternative legal services market

The Gazette reports that alternative legal service providers,including the Big Four accountants, are growing more quickly than previously predicted and moving up the value chain.

From law to legaltech – the lawyers who got out of the partnership rat race (requires registration)

Andrew Messios writes in LegalWeek about Legaltech founders who started out as lawyers, and the moment they realised law firm life wasn’t for them.

Junior Lawyers LawTech survey report

The Law Society’s Junior Lawyers Division (JLD) recent LawTech survey reports that:

“despite the perceived hype of lawtech, almost half of respondents (49.5%) felt that they didn’t already know what it was prior to answering the survey and almost two-thirds (63%) reported that lawtech was not having an impact on their current job responsibilities.”

The full report can be downloaded from the Law Society Website.



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