This report lays down the unprecedented data and analysis uncovered during an extensive research conducted within Europe.
You will get valuable insights into Europe’s legal tech industry, the team make-up, the underlying technologies legal tech companies are using, as well as their revenue, costs and funding outlook.
Get answers to questions such as:
- What type of legal tech companies are there in Europe and who are they serving?
- What type of people have founded European legal tech companies and what sort of roles do they recruit for?
- Which programming languages and cloud services are European legal tech companies using?
- Which revenue models are European legal tech companies using and why?
- Have European legal tech companies used investors to grow their business and if so, how did they raise funds?
- What are European legal tech companies’ largest costs and where are they looking to invest?
This is the ultimate report into Europe’s legal tech industry.
You will get access to a downloadable PDF.
The downloadable PDF can be easily viewed on screen or printed and stored.
Upon ordering, you will receive unlimited access to the PDF version through our dashboard portal.
Local participating industry association:
Legal tech companies from the following countries have been invited to this research study:
- Czechia (Czech Republic)
- North Macedonia
- San Marino
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