UKLTA welcomes latest member Kepler Wolf

UKLTA, the Legal Technology Association for the UK is happy to announce today that Kepler Wolf has joined the Association. Kepler Wolf are new law firm (18 months old) who have a cloud-first mindset. We are taking what we believe to be the best of traditional firm and new law consultancy models, to build a law firm that is more than a platform for our self employed partners. They specialise in advising clients across the creative, marketing and technology sectors. John Haggis, Founder said 'we are delighted to join UKLTA. We look forward to both learning from the community [...]

UKLTA welcomes latest member Kepler Wolf2021-01-05T16:08:26+00:00

UKLTA welcomes latest member SnapDragon

UKLTA, the Legal Technology Association for the UK is happy to announce today that SnapDragon has joined the Association. SnapDragon is a brand protection company fighting fakes online. Using clients’ intellectual property, SnapDragon monitors online marketplaces to identify and remove copycat, counterfeit and suspect listings. With the help of an easy-to-use platform and a team of multilingual analysts, brands are able to defend their reputation, revenue, and customers alike. Kieron Smith said 'we’re thrilled to be part of the UKLTA community, to come together with our colleagues across the industry and push forward collaboratively for a bright future for [...]

UKLTA welcomes latest member SnapDragon2021-01-05T15:35:58+00:00

UKLTA welcomes latest member Alpha Legal

UKLTA, the Legal Technology Association for the UK is happy to announce today that Alpha Legal (https://www.alphalegal.co.uk/) has joined the Association. Alpha Legal is the easiest, simplest and most secure way for the legal industry to communicate and share with clients. Forms, messages and documents can all be shared with clients via smartphone. Alpha Legal even connects directly to Countrywide Legacy, the most popular software system used by will writers and estate planners in the UK. Robin Bennett, Director said: “We’re really pleased to join UKLTA at the same time as launching Alpha Legal, our latest web service for [...]

UKLTA welcomes latest member Alpha Legal2021-01-07T00:30:04+00:00

UKLTA welcomes latest member Fliplet

UKLTA, the Legal Technology Association for the UK is happy to announce today that Fliplet has joined the Association. Fliplet works with over 50 global law firms and empowers anyone to produce custom mobile and web apps. With a suite of pre-built apps for common use cases, such as marketing, events, training, internal comms, crisis management, and directories, firms can rapidly deliver apps for staff or customers to distribute via public or enterprise app stores, and online. Fliplet CEO, Ian Broom says ‘We’re very excited to be a part of the UK LegalTech Association. Fliplet will support UKLTA to [...]

UKLTA welcomes latest member Fliplet2021-01-04T14:57:18+00:00

UKLTA welcomes latest member Fractal Legal

UKLTA, the Legal Technology Association for the UK is happy to announce today that Fractal Legal has joined the Association. Fractal Legal are specialists in legal knowledge management and information design. We provide expert-led, practical and independent support to law firms and legal teams on lawtech and innovation projects. Lisa McClory Founder and Legal Knowledge Director said, 'there is so much going on in lawtech and digital for legal practitioners. The UKLTA is an invaluable space where lawyers, software providers and innovation specialists can exchange practical insight. At Fractal Legal, we are really excited to take up our membership [...]

UKLTA welcomes latest member Fractal Legal2021-01-04T14:03:18+00:00

UKLTA welcomes latest member rradar

UKLTA, the Legal Technology Association for the UK is happy to announce today that rradar has joined the Association. rradar is a specialist litigation and commercial law firm that combines legal expertise and digital tools to proactively educate, manage, advise and deliver business solutions that reduce our client’s legal risk. Our in-house development professionals work alongside our lawyers, design and media specialists, building exciting and innovative ways to share our legal risk management advice and knowledge. Gary Gallen, CEO of rradar said, 'since 2012 our vision is to empower and educate businesses through smarter legal services. During the pandemic, [...]

UKLTA welcomes latest member rradar2021-01-04T15:29:54+00:00

New report from ULKTA and Thompson Reuters looks at adopting tech the right way

The legal sphere is no less immune to Covid-19 than any other area of life, and those able to adapt to the challenges will be in the best position going forwards. A timely report from UKLTA (the UK Legal Tech Association) and Thompson Reuters looks at how legal firms choose and adopt digital tools and solutions and will be of interest to legal teams and tech innovators alike. ULKTA and Thompson Reuters held a series of pre-COVID-19 roundtable discussions across the UK and conducted a pulse survey in mid-2020 to ensure the report reflected the changing situation. Using discussion [...]

New report from ULKTA and Thompson Reuters looks at adopting tech the right way2021-01-06T15:48:08+00:00

UKLTA welcomes latest member Legl

UKLTA, the Legal Technology Association for the UK is happy to announce today that Legl has joined the Association. Legl gives law firms the tools to grow and succeed in a digital-first world, and we’re on a mission to make legal services better for everyone. From digital client onboarding to better payment options, Legl’s easy-to-use software helps law firms give their clients a great experience while modernising manual processes. Julia Salasky said 'We're excited to be a part of the UK LegalTech Association. By bringing together the brightest [...]

UKLTA welcomes latest member Legl2020-11-23T13:51:21+00:00

UKLTA announces formation of Board structure

UKLTA announces formation of Board structure Executive and Members Board Committee members appointed The UK LegalTech Association (UKLTA) has announced the formation of its Board structure which comprises an Executive Board and a Members Board. The Executive Board is responsible for leadership and governance of the Association, whilst the Members Board is responsible for representing the interests of the diverse membership to the Executive Board. The initial Executive Board comprises Matt Pennington as Chair joined by Rob Hosier (from inCase), Pippa Shepherd (Arken Legal), Robyn Weatherley (Thirdfort) and Cat Wolfenden (Weightmans) providing a balance between technology companies and law [...]

UKLTA announces formation of Board structure2020-12-08T06:45:05+00:00

UKLTA welcomes latest member Walker Foster

UKLTA, the Legal Technology Association for the UK is happy to announce today that Walker Foster has joined the Association. Walker Foster is an SME law firm with many traditional law firm values and a determination to apply process and technology tools to help us deliver an efficient local trusted service from each of our sites. Keith Hardington  said “We are members of UKLTA to learn, share and inform from an SME perspective. A ‘joined up’ effort will make better and faster improvements to our business, our team and the service we provide to our clients.” [...]

UKLTA welcomes latest member Walker Foster2020-11-05T10:57:02+00:00