Incubators: the new kid on the block

10 Feb 2020

Law tech incubators are office areas within firms where legal technology start-ups can develop solutions with the legal expertise onsite.

Designed to provide a space where clients, tech companies and start-ups can collaborate and co-develop solutions with law firms. They are capable of fixing technology or process problems and enabling the completion of legal work.

The spread of law tech incubators is on a global scale, taking off in the UK with big law firms (and even the big four accountancy firms) planning and launching their own space for growing legal tech hubs.

LexisNexis has also launched its own legal tech accelerator. From a technology perspective, incubators are still a relatively new phenomenon but they are n...

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