The LTT series was launched in October with the intention of making legaltech accessible to everyone, no matter where they are located, in Australia or overseas. The LTT series encourages legaltech developers to discuss the gaps they sought to bridge with their technology and then demonstrate how it works, online. These virtual demonstrations can be watched in real time, or later, through video capture which is uploaded onto the CLI-Collaborate (CLIC) free resource hub.
Legaltech demonstrators are also invited, free of charge, to join the CLI Legalpreneurs Lab Better Betas Special Interest Group (SIG), a virtual learning community focused on connecting legaltech start-ups with prospective beta testers.
“This partnership between CLI and the Lander & Rogers LawTech Hub is very exciting. It will mean resident businesses in the Hub will have an additional outlet and opportunity to connect with prospective customers,” said CLI Executive Director, Terri Mottershead. “Supporting the success of legaltech start-ups is as important to CLI as we know it is to Lander & Rogers. We view this as a great opportunity to work with amazing people at organisations with the same philosophy. We want to be an integral part of the digital transformation of the legal industry — do something tangible to support it, and give back!”
Head of Innovation & Transformation at Lander & Rogers, Michelle Grossmann added, "Our LawTech Hub provides legaltech entrepreneurs a space to connect, collaborate and refine their products. We're thrilled with this partnership with CLI as it provides a further, unique opportunity for resident startups to share their products with the legal community, broadening their reach and opportunity for success."
For further details about the Lander & Rogers LawTech Hub, please refer to the article in The Australasian Lawyer or visit the Lander & Rogers website.
For more details about CLI or the Legalpreneurs Lab, please visit the CLI website.