Legal Tech Reads – 3

This weeks Legal Tech Reads include Martin Gramatikov’s views on big data, several pieces on innovation, startups & funding, and a frightening piece on the (total lack of) security of mobile phones. Have a good read!

What does big data mean for civil justice? by @mgramatikov

How To Leave Your Law Firm And Start A Startup via ‏@ronkaine

The US: Major legal IT funding announcements as kCura raises $125m and Casetext $7m in investment via @NiekvdPasch

Online judges and internet hearings under eBay justice plan via ‏@JBAGerritsen

The rise of the small and mid-sized law firms through the use of technology via @jbennionlaw

Slaw: Disruptive Innovation Revisited by ‏@freemoth

The great Sim heist


Legal Tech Reads – 2

Last week had some interesting developments. The importance of data security was once again highlighted by the recent hack of health insurer Anthem, which left sensitive medical data of 80 million people exposed. We saw some roundups on last weeks NYC Legal Tech show, and two interesting reports on the legal sector were published (one in Dutch). Have a good read, and let me know if you have any suggestions!


A Breath of Fresh Air: The 10 CodeX Stanford Legal Startups at LegalTech Via @NiekvandePasch
Google offers health info in its knowledge graph: what about law? By @margarethagan


Rabobank cijfers en trends – advocatenkantoren Rabobank Trends in Law, Dutch

2015 report on the state of the legal market
Georgetown Law


The Anthem Hack: 5 Critical Lessons for Your Law Firm By ‏@NCCyberAdvocate Brian Voght
Five Ways to Secure Your Law Firm Data Today By Derek Bolen, Clio


Legal Tech Reads – 1

Here are some great reads on legal innovation and legal tech from last week. On how human input is essential to improve algorithms, how empty calls for ‘innovation’ are getting old, the power of statistics, and creative transparency. Enjoy your read!