Reynen Court’s New Offering Targets Mid-Sized Firms and Corporate Legal With Simplified Testing And Deployment


Reynen Court, the so-called app store for legal technology, yesterday announced a new full-service offering aimed at making it easier and more economical for mid-sized law firms and corporate legal departments to test and deploy innovative cloud-based applications.

The new offering provides provides firms and legal departments turn-key access to what the company describes…

20 For 2020: The Legal Tech Trends that Defined the Year

Whoa, what the f*&% just happened? This was a year few of us will ever forget. It brought untold hardships for many and unfamiliar challenges for all of us. To those who suffered losses of loved ones or illness, to those who lost their jobs or their homes, to any and all who suffered scars this year, I offer my heartfelt condolences. But in the world of legal technology and innovation, the phrase I heard often repeated this year was “silver lining.” It was a silver lining in the form of an accelerant. The challenge to modernizing the delivery of…

Reynen Court Formally Launches Its ‘App Store of Law’


Reynen Court, the Amsterdam-based company that has often been described as the app store of law, and which launched in beta last August, announced today that it is now commercially available.

This comes after news yesterday that the international law firm Orrick has become an investor in Reynen Court, joining global firms Clifford Chance…