Global Legaltech Venture Days Connecting and fostering the entrepreneurial ecosystem to discover the startups disrupting the legal sector
Legaltech Venture Days
We aim to find and engage thriving startups around the world
In the first edition of the Global Legaltech Venture Days 2018, we partnered with the Law Schools Global League and international law firm Ontier to travel across four countries and meet legal professionals who share a passion for legal technology and a desire to disrupt and improve the legal profession through technology.
In this second edition, we will embark on an epic journey and travel across the five continents to discover the next generation of the most innovative legal tech companies.
Be part of the second edition!
IE Law School, international law firm Ontier and the Law Schools Global League are excited to launch the second edition of this global competition for Legaltech Startups that will take place in eight countries around the world, kicking off in Italy on July 2019 and concluding with the final competition in Spain in Spring 2020.
If you are a startup working on developing solutions, improving substantially the normal operation of legal systems and actors—whether public or private—with a focus on the common good, take part in this Legaltech Venture Day!
Hosts and Partner Universities
The startup competition focuses on legal technologies that have a positive impact on major challenges faced by legal operators or legal systems with the aim to improve their operations and promote the cause of justice.
Meet the winners of the first edition
Lucius Report, Making Compliance Easy
Guillermo Miranda, Co-Founder of Lucius Report and winner of final Global Legaltech Venture Day, explains how his startup makes compliance easy by focusing on generating due diligence reports, combining algorithms and the legal expertise of qualified lawyers to deliver a comprehensive, relevant and easy to grasp report.
Easylaw, Allowing lawyers to save time
This Malaysian startup, winner of the Asian arm, is a startup focused in allowing lawyers and property investors save time and resources that can be allocated to further growth of businesses and other priorities. June Low, Founder of EasyLaw, explains all the features of Easylaw.
Esquify, Betting on Human Centered Design
Drew Stern, CEO of Esquify, winner of the U.S. arm of the competition, bets on putting humans, not technology, at the center of its e-discovery management engine. The platform approach to team management takes analytics and project management to the next level, creating an accountability loop that drives both reviewer and manager success.
Creating Unparalleled Opportunities for Legaltech startups
From Singapore through Chicago and ending in Mexico City, we travelled the world with the aim to identify legaltech startups looking to disrupt and improve the legal profession through technology. Learn about their experience in the first edition of this global competition.
IE hosts Legaltech Start-up Demo Fest to discuss global trends
On November 25th, IE´s Legaltech Innovation Farm welcomed legal professionals from across the globe for a conference on the landscape of legaltech startups around the world. The event, entitled Legal Tech Start-up Demo Fest, kicked off with talks from global industry experts, followed by a roundtable and startup demos from up-and-coming legaltech companies including Luminance, Legatics, and Avvoka.
On the panel, Beth Fellner from LegalGeek and Abigail Connor from Thomson Reuters were joined by Dr. Juan Carlos Luna from LATAM and Noemie Alintissar from the Singapore Academy of Law. Attendees, primarily comprised of lawyers, received sharp insights into the legaltech market, alongside predictions on how the role of technology will develop and ultimately transform the industry in the future.
Beth Fullner, Senior Conference Producer at LegalGeek, and Abigail Connor, Strategy Manager at Thomson Reuters, Legal Professionals Europe, opened the talks posing the question: with such a myriad of legaltech companies across Europe, how do we make sense of such a fragmented market?
In response, Beth introduced the Legal Geek startup map: a comprehensive structure which classifies distinct areas of legal work. The first map, created in 2017, provided a view of 70 legaltech startups across Europe, grouping the companies in terms of the task they focused on. The initiative has since grown in scope and detail and the most recent edition, released in 2019, investigated 253 startups and introduced a completely new taxonomy.
02 Dec 2019Law, Politics and Economics, Legaltech and Entrepreneurship, News
SlidingLife: An award-winning startup that brings people’s lives back into focus
SlidingLife is an award-winning platform that connects people with lawyers and psychiatrists to combat the struggles during a divorce. Learn more ...
20 Nov 2019Legaltech and Entrepreneurship, News
Professor Antonio Aloisi on AI and the future of work
Artificial intelligence is changing just about every aspect of how we live our lives, and work certainly is not exempt from this. What are the ...
28 Oct 2019Faculty, Global, Comparative and European Law, Legaltech and Entrepreneurship
An entrepreneurs say on the London legaltech startup scene
Guillermo Miranda, Winner of the Global Legaltech Venture Day 2019, on the startup scene in London during the Legaltech Venture Day at King´s ...
18 Oct 2019Legaltech and Entrepreneurship, News
An inmersion into Israel’s legal tech, start-up scene during the Master in Legaltech
Bernardo Correia Barradas, consultant at the Payment Systems Development Group at the World Bank and student of the Master in Legaltech, shares his ...
14 Oct 2019Legaltech and Entrepreneurship, Students Experience
IE Venture Days are international events designed to foster the entrepreneurial ecosystem, connecting the best startups, investors, corporations, accelerators and thought-leaders. Every Venture Day lasts between 4-8 hours, and its format is a combination of keynote speakers, panel discussions and a startup competition with the most-promising entrepreneurs of the region.
The conferences are open to the general public, and IE students and alumni as well as individuals from the local and regional entrepreneurial communities are invited to participate.
We connect international start-ups with investors, accelerators & thought leaders worldwide!Be part of the next big thing