on demand webinar

Legal and RegTech

hear from four leading tech providers on why your firm needs to pay attention to RegTech


Couldn’t make it to #LegalGeek? Made it, but missed the #RegTech panel? In this 25 minute catch-up webinar we get back on stage to talk Legal and RegTech! This webinar covers a four minute pitch from each RegTech supplier followed by a Q&A. You get to hear from:

  • Alex from encompass
  • Peter from libryo
  • Jane from Enforcd
  • Vasili from cognitiv+

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