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Lexolve discuss legal tech with Croatian Ministry of Justice delegation

As part of several projects involving the Norwegian Court Administration and legal representatives in Romania, Croatia, Bulgaria and Lithuania, we were delighted to present insights on the legal tech ecosystem in Norway to visiting members of the Croatian Ministry of Justice.

Lexolve with Croatian Ministry of Justice delegation
Lynne Skajaa

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As part of several projects involving the Norwegian Court Administration and legal representatives in Romania, Croatia, Bulgaria and Lithuania, Lexolve was delighted to present insights on the legal tech ecosystem in Norway to visiting members of the Croatian Ministry of Justice. In addition to the Lexolve presentation on Norwegian legal tech startups, the Croatian delegates were introduced to Brønnøysund Register Center and Lovdata as well as IT and Innovation departments at the Ministry of Justice and the University of Oslo.

Legal technology has been embraced by Norway and a growing number of companies and services within this industry address the needs of different market segments. It is now also embedded into university education (for example, the Centre on Experimental Legal Learning and Legal Innovation Lab) and Oslo is home to the world’s second largest Legal tech meetup, Oslo Legal Tech Meet up and also Oslo Legal Hackathon, both founded by Lexolve founder Merete Nygaard.

The delegates shared an insightful discussion, spanning the history of Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning as well as a demonstration of the Lexolve solution which offers a combination of technology and lawyers to support Lexolve customers in achieving legal certainty and navigate the often confusing legal issues which come with running a business.

Lexolve ​​appreciated being part of a warm and engaging presentation with great questions from the host and visiting delegates which generated valuable conversations and insights into the future of legal technology. Here at Lexolve, we would like to express our thanks for being invited to participate in this great event and wish our new friends from the Croatian Ministry of Justice a safe journey home!

Croatian Ministry of Justice: Zrinka Oreb - Head of PR Department, Sanja Moharić Hehet - Head of Section for PR, Marijana Palec - PR Expert, Ana Sršek Crnković - Head of Department  Sector for European Affairs and International Cooperation, Andrea Simić Rukavina - Special Advisor Sector for Land Registry Law, Bruno Balabušić - Special IT Advisor Sector for Digitization of Judiciary and Public Administration and Silvije Šeremet - Head of Department Sector for Digitization of Judiciary and Public Administration from the Croatian Ministry of Justice.

Norwegian courts administration: Nieke Van De Berg and Zozan Kaya ​​Asphaug

Lexolve: Heidi  Daaland -  Head of Operations at Lexolve, Sverre Sundsdal - co-founder and CTO at Lexolve and Thanh Ho - Customer Success Manager.