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Tech is Reshaping Legal

and Compliance 👾

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Welcome to another edition of BRYTER TIMES, your monthly dose of real-life stories, trends, news, and events from the world of legal automation.

The long-simmering evolution of the legal and compliance industries continues to hit major milestones as we approach the end of the year. The once-unclear benefits of legal tech are becoming specific, measurable, and proven (with a 368% ROI for BRYTER!). Legal engineers are increasingly common fixtures, helping legal teams and firms to realize those benefits. And law firms are digitizing their expertise into digital products that solve clients’ problems at scale.   

In this edition:

  • 📗 An independent study from Forrester shows a 368% ROI for BRYTER users 
  • 👩‍💻 How legal engineers are building the future of law 
  • 🤝 Clients needs have changed: How top firms are responding 
  • 🛩 From London to Miami: Let’s talk legal tech at these upcoming events 
  • 🤔 But how does legal automation work? Get hands-on at the BRYTER Building Bar 
  • 🏃‍♂️While legal talks digitization, the business walks. Don’t get left behind. 
  • 🙋‍♀️ From lawyer to legal tech specialist: Making legal work more fulfilling and rewarding 
Study: BRYTER customers see an ROI of 368%

BRYTER users see 368% ROI, plus a 90% reduction in repetitive, low-value tasks

Legal, compliance, and procurement teams who use BRYTER see 368% ROI, $1.01 million in benefits, and 90% improved efficiency. 
A new study conducted independently by Forrester Consulting reveals the proven benefits of our legal and compliance automation platform.


Legal engineer

The Legal Engineer: Building the Future of Law

Does your team have a legal engineer? If not, it probably will soon! 
We’ve compiled everything you need to know about the rise of legal engineering and how legal engineers are shaping the future of the industry. 

Top law firms respond to clients' needs

Clients’ Needs Have Changed — Here’s How Top Law Firms Are Responding

GCs’ top challenges have changed drastically in the last few years, as revealed in our new survey. 
We spoke about the findings and how law firms have expanded their service offering to meet these challenges with experts from Ashurst, KPMG Law, and Simmons & Simmons.

Don’t miss us at these events in Miami, London, and Paris

Meet us online or in a city near you. Click here to view our full events line-up.

IBA Miami

IBA Miami
October 30 –
November 4, Miami

Meet us at The International Bar Association (IBA) Annual Conference, the leading conference for legal professionals worldwide to meet and discuss the future of the legal profession.

Economist impact

The Economist General Counsel Summit
November 1, London

Now in its 19th year, this summit will provide an understanding of the key challenges that general counsel are currently grappling with and preview what’s on their agenda for 2023.

RDV des Transformations du droit
November 17-18, Paris

Every year, France’s leaders in legal innovation gather here to network and explore solutions shaping the future of law. Meet us there to see how BRYTER can help you evolve your services.

BRYTER Building Bar

Seeing is believing: Get hands-on with legal automation at our next BRYTER Building Bar

Tech is changing how law is practiced, but you don’t need to take our word for it. Each month, we host the BRYTER Building Bar — your chance to get hands-on with BRYTER and build your first legal service app in under an hour with guidance from our experts in a small group setting. 
Your next chance to join us is November 16 at 12:00 ET / 18:00 CET. We hope to see you there!

Artificial Lawyer BRYTER article

Digitization is well underway, so make sure you don’t get left behind

“The only way legal can avoid being pushed out of the boardroom is by addressing these challenges head-on, embracing the possibility of failure, and pushing towards digitization.” 

Our CEO and Co-founder Michael Grupp has spoken with legal and business leaders around the world. Now he’s sharing why legal teams must embrace digitization and create their own future, in a new piece published in Artificial Lawyer.

Read the article

Laura Gallo

From competition lawyer to legal tech specialist

As the legal industry continues to evolve, so do the opportunities for those with legal backgrounds. Laura Gallo started down a fairly traditional career path after law school, working as a competition lawyer for years before pivoting to become a legal tech specialist. 
Now she’s sharing how and why she embraced a career in legal tech. 

Read her story

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