ELTA is pleased to announce a partnership with legal technology provider HighQ. The partnership will enable ELTA and its members to collaborate and share knowledge securely using the HighQ platform.
ELTA supports legal tech communities across Europe including law firms, legal tech companies, in-house lawyers, companies, start-ups and individuals. The organisation plans to use HighQ as a platform for the exchange of ideas and resources as well as to facilitate real-time communication and help create a library of content as a resource for members.
“With a growing membership, the circle of our Ambassadors constantly increasing and the formation of first national expert chapters, ELTA has now reached a level of complexity as an international organisation which requires professional management and collaboration tools,” ELTA chair Tobias Heining said. “We are very happy to engage in this partnership with HighQ and are looking forward to mutual benefits as we further improve our work with our community of legal innovators.”
In addition to improving collaboration and knowledge sharing among members, ELTA will leverage the value of the platform to manage projects, securely share files and access powerful integrations with other leading technology partners.
“HighQ is excited to have a partnership with an organisation dedicated to the advanced use and application of technology in the legal industry,” said Martin Rohde, HighQ’s strategic partner manager, EMEA. “We look forward to providing ELTA with technology that will better connect its members and foster meaningful collaboration between legal tech users and developers.”
HighQ empowers leading law firms to transform the way they work and deliver value to their clients. We unite internal and external teams with digital transaction management, social collaboration, secure file sharing and more, enabling firms to ensure data security, improve client engagement and drive efficiency and productivity.
About the European Legal Tech Association
Created in 2016, strong of 322 member institutions or individual members from 33 countries, ELTA is made up of law firms, companies, legal technology providers, start-ups and individuals in Europe. The association considers itself as a specific platform for the promotion of knowledge about — and possible application of — technological and software-based solutions in the legal market, as well as their uses in companies, law firms, start-ups and other initiatives active in this field.