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5 Best Players in Contract Drafting

Contract drafting tools can cut hours of time in a legal department.  If you have not started using contract drafting automation you may be missing out. For the writing of an initial contract, drafting tools are already well… Read More

There is one danger threatening LegalTech’s future. But here is the antidote

On nearly every measure, legal technology appears to be thriving. This sector is now a $16 billion industry in the U.S.  There are 715 legalTech startups. These companies secured a record $155 million across 67 deals in 2016. The figures for… Read More

10 seismic changes forcing in-house counsel to choose LegalTech

Legal technology, commonly known as LegalTech, refers to software enabling lawyers to do their jobs more efficiently and cost-effectively. The In-House Counsel’s Legal Tech Buyer’s Guide shows how in-house counsel are driving change. Based on interviews with lawyers at some of the… Read More

What being named as a Gartner Cool Vendor in AI means for us (and more importantly for the future of law)

Noory Bechor, CEO LawGeex We are incredibly proud to announce today that LawGeex has been selected as a Gartner Cool Vendor. Every year, Gartner selects tech companies with a product or service that is “interesting, new and innovative”…. Read More

LawGeex Named a “Cool Vendor” by Gartner

TEL AVIV, ISRAEL, May 23, 2017: LawGeex, the leading A.I. contract review platform for businesses, has been selected by Gartner, Inc. as a Cool Vendor in the inaugural Cool Vendors in AI for Legal Affairs, 2017 report. Every… Read More

LawGeex Launches Legal Technology Buyers Guide for Businesses

LawGeex, the leading AI contract review platform for businesses, has today launched The In-House Counsel’s LegalTech Buyers Guide – a free, downloadable guide that showcases more than 100 must-know technology solutions which solve the daily challenges faced by… Read More

Top 10 Tweets from CLOC 2017

It was a week in which Twitter announced the most retweeted post in its history (one man’s plea for a year’s supply of Wendy’s chicken nuggets accrued  3,433,000 retweets, beating that Oscars selfie in 2014). But in the legal world, Las… Read More

A Lawyer’s guide to Artificial Intelligence; or Why I Joined an AI Startup?

Although us lawyers sometimes hate to admit it in front of our non-lawyer friends, we all know that the glamorous image of the profession is often a gross misrepresentation of reality. It’s not that the litigation shark or… Read More

Top 10 tweets and trends from CodeX 2017

CodeX, The Stanford Center for Legal Informatics hosted the FutureLaw 2017 conference on April 6. It saw a galaxy of legal technology speakers including Gillian Hadfield (professor of economics at the University of Southern California); Lucy Endel Bassli,… Read More

What Suits can teach us about AI Law

In the opening episode of hit TV show Suits, Mike Ross finds himself in an interview for a legal associate position despite having no formal qualifications. Mike has never stepped into law school, yet wants a job in the most… Read More