Automation is in full bloom. Legal and compliance teams have started to automate their day-to-day work, and now look to specialized tools built specifically for them. There’s still a long way to go in refining the standard legal and compliance toolkit, but the pace is really picking up.
To reflect this shift, we’re doing some spring cleaning ourselves and focusing not on what will happen, but on what is happening. We’re happy to debut the first edition of our revamped newsletter — now called The BRYTER TIMES. Because things are good and only getting better. Especially if you’re using automation.
This month’s edition:
🪄 Linklaters picks BRYTER for digital service delivery
🎙️ Let’s talk law firms — take part in the new BRYTER x Elevate Survey
🌆 Now what? NRF, Telefónica and Simmons & Simmons dish on automation
🎓 Legal Digitalization 101: BRYTER Center for Digitalization and Law opens
🧭 How legal teams determine what they can (and can’t) automate
🔎 New in BRYTER: Filter data views and get insights in seconds
🏎️ No strings attached: Take BRYTER for a test drive
Linklaters picks BRYTER for digital service delivery
We’re thrilled to announce that we’ve partnered with Magic Circle law firm Linklaters on a series of initiatives to deliver legal advice to clients worldwide in innovative formats. Building on Linklater’s first Global Hackathon using BRYTER earlier this year, this partnership expands the collaboration as the leading legal experts use no-code to make the lives of their clients easier.
You’re invited to make your mark as an early participant in our first annual law firm survey in partnership with Elevate Services! The results of this survey will show how law firms are navigating the new market realities of a digital-first world, and establish a benchmark of the pressures on law firms today and the new ways they’re delivering value to clients. Take 5 minutes to participate and we’ll share a no-cost early publication of the resulting report.
BRYTER Center For Digitalization & Law at EBS University
Software is now intertwined with standard legal tasks. And so educators need to pick up new tech tools and implement them in their theoretical and practical content. Through our Center for Digitalization & Law at the EBS University we help equip students for the challenges of professional practice.
Teams that embrace automation save tons of time, work more efficiently, and remove themselves as a bottleneck to the business, but it’s not always clear what to focus on first.
Our Head of Business Consulting, Josephine Hanschke, has worked on over 100 projects with leading corporates and firms to identify where tech can add the most value to their organizations. In this article, she breaks down a proven 6-step process for identifying high-impact legal automation use cases.
BRYTER FREE TRIAL Take BRYTER for a test drive Want to see automation in practice? You can now get a full taste of BRYTER — sign up for our free trial to build your own tools, try out template applications, and automate your work today.
NEW IN BRYTER Filter data views and get insights in seconds
Data views are great but they accumulate fast. Some authors build 20 a week, but we’ve also seen 1,800 a day! Instead of spending time browsing through your views, you can now filter and pinpoint your data view in seconds.
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