Bech-Bruun signs as Nordic Legal Tech’s first corporate member

We are very pleased to announce our first corporate member, the Danish law firm Bech-Bruun. A new initiative like this needs strong partners and support early on if it is to succeed. The first movers are critical to helping us get off the ground.

Bech-Bruun has an innovative partnership model and are actively engaging with the legal tech ecosystem, so we are very happy that they want to collaborate. Active members play a key role in creating the value of an organization like the Nordic Legal Tech Hub and give us insights into the needs of the industry.

We look forward to working together with Bech-Bruun, as we support the development and implementation of legal and governance, risk management, and compliance tech across the Nordics. This is going to be a lot of fun.

Read their press release here (in Danish)

“Bech-Bruun Enters Partnership with Nordic Legal Tech Hub”

”Is the Legal Industry Approaching it’s Kodak Moment?” – Oslo Legal Tech Meetup

”Is the Legal Industry Approaching it’s Kodak Moment?”
The timely title is especially appropriate for those of us who grew up with cameras that used film. The Kodak Moment in question is not the perfect snapshot that Kodak once made possible, but rather the company’s failure to see the potential of a technology they had invented. That failure put them out of business. (read more here)

The eighth Oslo Legal Tech Meetup was arranged by Lexolve by Lawbotics together with Quesnay. Superbly moderated by Ingunn Solheim, the debate featured good insight and analysis from a panel consisting of Anne Dingstad Vabø, Cathrine Moestue, Thomas Reppe Wetting, and Karl-Axel Bauer, with an introduction from Marius Koestler on what the Kodak Moment actually was and why it is relevant.

Around 150 participants were at Gyldendal House and more joined the live stream. The answer to the debate’s question: about half of the audience answered yes, we will see big changes in the next five years.

The whole debate can be seen here.

Thank you Gyldendal Norsk Forlag (Ed: one of the largest Norwegian publishing houses ) and JUS – Juristenes Utdanningssenter (Center for Continuing Legal Education )- for sponsoring the event!

Photo credit: Quesnay

Tech & Law Breakfast @ Copenhagen University

The first Tech & Law Breakfast this year focused on “Legal implications of Big Data in Danish Healthcare”.

Mette Hartlev and Katharina Eva Ó Cathaoir presented their research on personalized medicine in the welfare state.

  • How is “the personal” understood and established when genomic data are applied and exchanged in Danish health care? 
  • Which collectivities—e.g. species, ethnicity, nation, health care services, and ultimately the welfare state— are implied in constituting “the personal”? 

– Central questions in the MeInWe project



Katharina Eva Ó Cathaoir, Assistant Professor, Faculty of Law, University of Copenhagen

Mette Hartlev, Professor, Faculty of Law, University of Copenhagen