In the last year or so, a number of law firms and legal publishers have launched legal tech incubators. One of the most well-known is that of UK firm, Mishcon de Reya, which last year launched its MDR LAB in London and invited start-ups from around the world to take part.
The firm is now about to embark on its second programme after the successes of the first, which resulted in investments in two of the start-ups and continuing healthy relationships with the others.
But, aside from the investments, what did all of this deliver? How did the firm benefit from this? How did it change for the better? And, what did the start-ups gain? How did being inside a law firm make a lasting difference to them?
Artificial Lawyer asked the firm and the start-ups involved if they would share their experiences, and they very kindly did for this exclusive piece.
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