We are delighted to announce the first cohort of legal tech developers for Slaughter and May Collaborate, our new legal tech programme. The six businesses, selected by the Collaborate team alongside the programme’s client and expert panels, were chosen from over 50 applicants. They are:
• Tabled – a platform which helps lawyers manage tasks and projects by automating workflows and assigning tasks to team members, providing a full picture of the team’s legal work.
• StructureFlow – a platform which helps lawyers and their clients quickly and easily visualise complex legal structures and transactions.
• Clarilis – a document automation tool which can be used for even the most complex of legal documents without the need to amend existing precedents or templates first.
• JUST: Access – an easy-to-use transcription and dictation solution using AI and natural language processing to produce transcripts and related analysis.
• Logiak – a tool which allows users with no coding experience to create complex logic/rule-based systems, for example to create an app to assist in working out if a particular law or regulation applies in a certain situation.
• LitiGate – an AI-powered litigation platform which uncovers hidden insights, provides a bird's eye view of each case and automates day-to-day tasks.
Each business will have access to Slaughter and May's lawyers and client and expert panels for product testing and feedback, our information security team, a sandbox environment, dummy data, collaboration spaces and other value add services. They will also have two dedicated Slaughter and May mentors - a member of our Knowledge or Innovation teams and a lawyer from a practice area relevant to that cohort member’s business. We're super excited to work with such an interesting and diverse range of businesses and looking forward to getting the programme underway.
We are excited to work with this compelling and diverse group of entrepreneurs on their legal tech tools, which have the potential to bring change to the legal sector.