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They estimate that there are more than 100 legal tech companies in the Colombian market

May 23, 2020

Based on an initiative by Legal Hackers, a global movement made up of lawyers, technophiles and scientists from various fields, It was concluded that there are more than 100 digital legal projects in Colombia known as “LegalTech”This was reported by Colombia Fintech on its website.

As explained on this website, “These (projects) perform various functions such as legal research, automation of documents and processes and training. Each of them has been trying to promote a change in the legal landscape for several years.”

“Legaltech, as this type of project is called, is an Anglo-Saxon word that corresponds to the amalgamation of law and technology. It is a complete disruption to projects that are not just for use by a lawyer, but also something ordinary Human beings can do so, because many give access to legal advice immediately and without the obligation to go to traditional services, “they explained.

They estimate that there are more than 100 legal tech companies in the Colombian marketThey estimate that there are more than 100 legal tech companies in the Colombian market

There are around 15 projects that fall under the category of online legal services, including: Legal, Yours, DeLeyes, Guardianes and AlcanceLegal.

Other data included in the map are projects such as the automation of administration software; Documents and processes; Patent marks and contract review analysis. On the other hand there is the MarketPlace or virtual shops.

Andrés Felipe Lasern, partner manager of Aliatto, a legal education platform, said:

“In practice, technology evolves much faster than the legal system, and too many rules that are often unnecessary or poorly written create obstacles to the use of truly disruptive technologies.”

Luis Miguel González, CEO of AutenTIC, said:

“Legaltech is essentially not a speech, but an act. In my opinion, it is about using technology not only to automate services, but for example to achieve democracy. “

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