Fredrik Svärd and Peter Wright talk about their impressions from Nordic Privacy Arena in Stockholm. Also in this episode: Privacy Shield, #metoo and russian hackers.
Fredrik Svärd and Richard Tromans talk about the Nordic Legal Tech Day, Legal Ops (again), DoNotPay, and why general counsels are so slow to innovate.
Peter Wright and Fredrik Svärd talk about big data policing, the latest wave of malware attacks, the legal ops movement, marketing law firms, legal tech meetups in Stockholm and gender equality in the legal world.
iManage buys british AI developer RAVN. What will come out of the deal, and is this signaling the start of a consolidation of the legal tech market? With Fredrik Svärd and Richard Tromans.
AI developers are gaining traction. Fredrik Svärd and Richard Tromans on the current state of things in the UK and the Nordics, future AI applications and on Lexpo 2017 in Amsterdam.
A special episode on the Stockholm and London terrorist attacks. Peter Wright is skeptical of CCTV:s, Fredrik Svärd makes the case for limiting online anonymity. We also discuss law enforcement in the light of the GDPR and the Police Directive, profiling, encryption and the readiness of the data protection agencies.
A report from British Legal Technology Forum, Europe's largest legal technology conference. Also in this episode: scary toys, machines fighting machines, hacker attacks against law firms, a new book on digital justice and the imminent demise of the Privacy Shield. With Fredrik Svärd and Peter Wright.
Why are lawyers so prone to burnout? Have smartphones and legal tech made matters worse? When is it time to pull the plug and switch careers? With Will Meyerhofer, psychotherapist and former BigLaw lawyer.
Fredrik Svärd and Peter Wright think digital courts is the "great groundbreaker". Also in this episode: Data transfers in the Trump era and virtual reality in the courtroom.
First thing we do, let's kill some of the myths. In the first episode of our new podcast, we - Fredrik Svärd (Legaltech.se) and Richard Tromans (Artificiallawyer) discuss the hype surrounding artificial intelligence, whether Richard Susskind is right or wrong and how we ended up writing about law and technology.