Published by LegalTechWeekly
Things are going well in legal tech. According to this 2018 legal tech trends report, as of November 2018, 899 legal tech companies existed worldwide. That is an increase of 32% compared to 2017. Investments are also increasing to stand at almost 700 million US dollars, while the technologies have become more refined. It is even possible to trace a veritable breakthrough in the press’s attention to subject these days. The fact that this major breakthrough came in the year of the big tech-lash and the year where GDPR put privacy op top of the agenda proves that the development is both strong and lasting. The question is, what comes now?
There is no shortage of futuristic scenarios and more or less speculative revelations about the destiny of the legal profession. And while some of these crystal ball epiphanies becomes a bit tedious, our Danish short-term predictions of the Legal Tech Trends in 2019 were such a success that we have decided to make an updated Nordic version in English.
We have gathered some of the key players in the digital transformation of the legal industry from Sweden, Norway, Finland, and Denmark to get a more complete perspective on Nordic legal tech. All contributors have answered the simple and yet urgent question:
What will be the biggest legal tech trends in 2019?
You can read their answers in the complete article here.