Clarilis heads to Singapore for the first Legal Tech Trade Mission
Clarilis is delighted to announce it is one of 8 UK LegalTech companies selected to join the Department for International Trade’s first ever legal tech mission to Singapore. The mission has been designed to coincide with the Singapore Week of Innovation & Technology (SWITCH). There are various activities planned including presentations by Singapore’s Academy of Law ‘Future Law Innovation Programme’ (FLIP), an opportunity for all the UK LegalTech companies to showcase their products and evening reception hosted by the British High Commission, all with the aim of promoting the adoption of legal tech that adds value to the legal industry.
Clarilis’ Co-Founder and CEO James Quinn commented:
“We’re really looking forward to the opportunity to meet and engage with the Singapore legal community and showcase the capability of our advanced document automation platform across the globe. The mission comes at a time when the UK LegalTech market is booming and investment in the industry is at a record high.”