Neota named a 2023 “Trailblazer” in Legal Technology by National Law Journal

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Neota named a 2023 “Trailblazer” in Legal Technology by National Law Journal

Neota has been recognized in the annual National Law Journal’s list of Legal Technology Trailblazers for a second year running. The list honors companies and products that are “agents of change” in advancing innovation in the legal industry.


The Neota automation platform particularly impressed the judges because of “the ability to turn lawyers into developers and build their own applications without coding.” With an ever-growing customer base in law firms and in-house legal departments, Neota is being used by lawyers across the globe to help deliver their services faster, more easily, and with greater confidence in data-driven decisions.


Neota CEO, Julian Uebergang, commented:

We are delighted to be recognised in the NLJ LegalTech Trailblazer list.   At Neota, we believe there is an opportunity to make professional services know-how to everyone through our market leading no-code platform.  By being acknowledged as a Traliblazer we feel that validates our mission.

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