Clarilis selected for first Slaughter and May 'Collaborate' cohort
Clarilis is delighted to announce that it is one of six companies selected to form the first cohort for Slaughter & May’s ‘Collaborate’ legal tech programme.
The programme is led by Competition Partner Anna Lyle Smythe and Capital Markets Partner Nilufer von Bismarck. The concept was designed and developed by Head of Innovation Jane Stewart, Head of Knowledge Alexandra Woods and Senior Technology Lawyer, Natalie Donovan, with the aim of enhancing Slaughter and May’s engagement with the best legal tech developers and to identify future efficiencies in the delivery of legal services.
With over 50 applicants for only six spaces, the competition was fierce.
James Quinn, CEO and Co-Founder of Clarilis,said:
“This is really exciting news for Clarilis and we’re delighted to have been selected. Document automation is transforming the way in which lawyers work and Clarilis is making significant in-roads in the marketplace both with law firms and in-house counsel.
The programme is a great opportunity for us to work with the Collaborate team at Slaughter and May, its clients and noted industry experts. We are looking forward to exploring exciting strategic opportunities through the programme as we scale-up”
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