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2016 Year in Review: The Bold, The Bots & The Beautiful

2016 Year in Review: The Bold, The Bots & The Beautiful 2048 1152 Raymond Blijd

This 2016 I like to honor the bold, the bots, and the beautiful in the legal industry. First, some notable metrics and musings…

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Legal Industry Roadmap: How Legal Tech Will Transform Our Lives

Legal Industry Roadmap: How Legal Tech Will Transform Our Lives 1920 1080 Raymond Blijd

To understand how the legal industry will unfold in the future. We’ll look at The Market, The Product and it’s Roadmap and reveal a huge little secret.

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Alyen: 5 Unusual Lessons My First LawBot Taught Me

Alyen: 5 Unusual Lessons My First LawBot Taught Me 1920 1080 Raymond Blijd

On October 9th, 2014 I told myself to go build robots for law. After exactly 2 years I can finally say: I did. It’s been a 16-year journey to get to Alyen

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What is the Legal Industry’s Biggest Problem?

What is the Legal Industry’s Biggest Problem? 5036 3636 Raymond Blijd

On September 29th I shared an image from Premonition on Win-Loss rates of Dutch Lawyers, Here’s what happened next.

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A Message To Legal Tech: 4 Signs Winter Is Coming

A Message To Legal Tech: 4 Signs Winter Is Coming 1200 800 Raymond Blijd

After a couple of record breaking months during the Hottest Summer in Legal Tech, I believe winter is upon us and here’s why.

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The History Of The Future Of Law, 2056 AD

The History Of The Future Of Law, 2056 AD 2048 1152 Raymond Blijd

“…Son, did you know you needed a license to drive your car!? You needed a license to start a company. Heck, you even needed a license to be a lawyer.”

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The Summer of 2016: The Hottest on Record for Legal Startups

The Summer of 2016: The Hottest on Record for Legal Startups 2540 1316 Raymond Blijd

You may have missed it but June 2016 broke the single month record set this February with 44 legal startups registering on AngelList. But wait, there is more…

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Evolution of Law And How Lawyers Can Engineer A Fair Society

Evolution of Law And How Lawyers Can Engineer A Fair Society 1920 1080 Raymond Blijd

How many laws does it take to run one of the most digital advanced economies in the world? I stumbled onto some interesting figures while looking for an answer.

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LawKit: How Apple Can Engineer A Secure Legal Backdoor

LawKit: How Apple Can Engineer A Secure Legal Backdoor 1736 880 Raymond Blijd

In my previous post, I pleaded my case why creating a backdoor would be fair. I suggested a solution to Apple’s predicament: hire legal engineers

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Apple’s Backdoor is Unlawful…with One Exception & One Solution

Apple’s Backdoor is Unlawful…with One Exception & One Solution 2048 1152 Raymond Blijd

I was quick to condemn the courts forcing Apple to create a backdoor. I couldn’t imagine any situation where it would be justified…or maybe I could?

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