Bakers backs ‘up and coming’ fintech firms with £100k worth of free legal support
City player to advise three UK start-ups over six-month period
How tech is transforming the legal sector
A panel of Ashurst lawyers share their thoughts
Digital bank Revolut expands into legal services
Fintech giant strikes deal with 'digital lawyer' platform
Four fintech predictions from four seriously clued-up lawyers
Practice area insight from experts at Linklaters
From Leeds University law grad to Linklaters fintech partner
Mark Drury survived the financial crisis and then surfed the tech wave
It’s official: cryptocurrency is property and smart contracts are binding
Legal statement aims to position UK as fintech and lawtech leader
Ashurst becomes latest City firm to launch fintech accelerator programme
Follows similar moves by the likes of Addleshaw Goddard, Simmons & Simmons and Slaughter and May
Top fintech start-up launches law training contract
Challenger bank OakNorth has recruited three trainees so far
My journey from trainee to partner
Baker McKenzie’s Jeremy Levy looks back at his path to partnership
Hogan Lovells launches free global mentoring service to help guide entrepreneurs through their ‘fintech journey’
International giant joins growing City trend
Fintech: Can legislation really drive innovation?
Hogan Lovells partner Jon Chertkow on what the second Payment Services Directive (PSD2) and Open Banking could mean for everyday banking
Beyond the Dragons’ Den: What lawyers bring to a fintech venture
Travers Smith solicitor Alex Edmiston provides a brief biography of a start-up
Slaughter and May hands five lucky tech start-ups £30,000 in free legal advice
But just how far will this money stretch?
City law firms bid to get in early with fintechs by offering them free legal advice
Could these start-ups be the banks of the future?
FinTech – exaggerated hopes or justified enthusiasm?
Reed Smith trainee Anne-Marie Trachmann on why we should expect great things
UWE law grad is the fourth ‘coolest’ person in FinTech right now
Budding entrepreneur secured £200,000 in funding to produce student finance app