Neota Logic Announce new Legal Design Thinking Academy

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Neota Logic Announce new Legal Design Thinking Academy

Neota Logic, creators of the world’s leading no-code AI automation platform, announced today they are launching a Legal Design Thinking Academy composing of legal design thinking workshops and internal hackathons for clients as well as any organisations interested in learning more about legal design thinking techniques.

The workshops enable in-house and private practice legal teams to develop a clear understanding of the product development process. Participants scope and develop their own ideas for software applications that can be used internally at their organizations or by their clients.

The emphasis of the workshop is to provide participants with the tools they need to take an initial idea for an application and to build on this using design thinking principles. The workshop is structured like a product sprint and is a creative way to engage legal teams on the possible uses of technology in their daily practice.

Kim Massana, CEO at Neota Logic, commented, ‘Corporate legal teams are becoming more sophisticated in their use of technology and demanding greater innovation in legal service delivery from their law firms. Against this backdrop, it is increasingly important for legal teams in both camps to understand how to develop their ideas for tech solutions in a structured manner so that their organisations can effectively deliver on their overall innovation strategy. Some of the ideas generated in these sessions may even lead to software solutions being developed by the organisation’.

To enquire about booking a workshop, please contact Neota Logic.

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