Legal

Knowledge of LegalTech

LegalTech’s time has come. Only not everyone has noticed it. There is a lack of not only major implementations in this field, but also of scientific research and even ordinary didactics. To make up for it, this project has been created, within the framework of which we publish for you here the most interesting materials related to LegalTech.

For many lawyers, the research results and publications made available here may seem futuristic and even in the category of Science Fiction, but this is not fiction, but the reality around us. The research results and monographs indicated here are published in open access. They can be used as teaching materials for students and those wishing to train lawyers and engineers. We invite you to take a look at the following publications.

Page updated – as of 29.04.2021.

We are continuously adding new sources

Publications are from consortium members and collaborating scientists

Open access only

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Books

Books, scientific articles or extracts thereof available in open access.

Reports

LegalTech and new technology reports.

Video library

Recordings made with consortium members.

Books

Dariusz Szostek, Mariusz Załucki (eds.)

“Legal Tech. Information technology tools in the administration of justice”

Entire book

Language: English

Dariusz Szostek, Mariusz Załucki (eds.)

“Internet and New Technologies Law. Perspectives and Challenges”

Entire book

Language: English

Dariusz Szostek

“Blockchain and Law”

Entire book

Language: English

Reports

Karolina Mania

“Use of Information Technology
Information Technology and Changes in the
of legal services in Poland
in the era of COVID-19 pandemic”

Two full releases: 2020 and 2021

Language: Polish

Video library

Channel: ECTL channel

Data in Smart Factory – Dr. Gabriela Bar