Juristic is one of the start-ups that will pitch their business at the Nordic Legal Tech Day. We have asked them some questions to get to know them better”
Describe your business idea in one sentence – What problem do you solve?
A flexible and easy-to-use legal tech platform: (1) a digital timeline with automated email import and document management, (2) a data tool for international company data and charts, and (3) a whiteboard to illustrate structures or transactions. The platform can translate your timeline or drawings into enriched draft deliverables.
Starting a business is not always a smooth road ahead – Do you have a fun/challenging/odd memory from developing your business that you would like to share?
Some of our problems have been very challenging. Building easy-to-use tools that work across jurisdictions and legal areas is an extremely difficult task. Interestingly, some of the best solutions have been found while playing a daily game of chess. Between our founders – and unfortunately for Christian – Kean tends to win.
If you can predict the future of legal tech – what do you think is the next big trend?
Instead of specialized tools for specific tasks, the future will have adaptable and “programmable” multi-purpose legal tech tools that work across the organizations. Intelligent visualization tools instead of complex forms or coding courses: drag and drop elements, draw boxes and arrows – how most people are used to doing things anyway.
What do you look forward to at the Nordic Legal Tech Day?
Meeting like-minded people and businesses. It would not have been possible to create our platform without input and feedback – and discussing legal tech with others!
We are also looking forward to the panel discussion regarding AI compliance in practice, especially considering the proposal for harmonised AI rules.
Thank you for your time and we look forward to see you in october! – NLTD Crew