The age of artisanal lawyering is over
The legal industry is ripe for disruption. There are now hundreds of legal tech startups driving the change. For the first time, #legaltech is coming to Slush. Sleetmakers will return on December 3, 2018.Contact us
- 17:00 Riikka Koulu: welcome and introduction
- 17:15 Marianne Saarikko Janson: Fondia – from idea to IPO
- 17:40 pitch appetizer: Portyr
- 17:45 Julien Lasala (Nextlaw Labs): the VC perspective
- 18:10 short break
- 18:30 startup pitches
- 19:40 Anna Ronkainen: product stuff and wrap-up
- 20:00 self-organized debriefing at Pub Thirsty Scholar
These amazing legal tech startups will pitch their solutions at Sleetmakers. We will start accepting submissions for pitches at Sleetmakers 2018 in September.
Be more – with the Contract automation
No more missing documents, forgotten dates or painful preparations for internal or external audits. ContractZen is the ultimate solution for everyday due diligence. One easy-to-use cloud service with contract and …
The Entries platform enables creation of regulatory compliance runways. The first runway is introduced for the heavily regulated medical device industry.
Legal Timer – Price estimation at its best (Junction hackathon legal track runner-up)
LynxLynx – your everyday legal mentor. This service helps individuals make better choices by helping them understand their legal situation and compare it to other similar cases. To support further …
Peerdoc: easy to use, secure document management solution that leaves you in control
Real world solutions to personal data problems. Portyr create SAAS solutions that appeal to users and let businesses take sensible first steps towards GDPR compliance, without wasting time or budget.
Teqmine Analytics: Artificial Intelligence reads and analyzes millions of full-text patents in seconds. AI to make everybody in your company an expert. For inventors, R&D organizations, Business development, investors, patent …
These invited expert speakers will give their unique perspective on the disruption that is on its way to the legal industry.