This collaborative initiative aims to share knowledge, participate in and organise events, develop joint projects, share the network of contacts and any other type of action that the parties consider important and beneficial for both.
In the words of Albert Ferré, vice-president of GLTH: “ENATIC is, since its foundation in 2012, one of the benchmark associations in law and technology in our country. Today we are signing an agreement that ratifies this leading position at the forefront of digital law. As players in the digital transformation, we must seek strategic alliances that add value and professionalism to the ecosystem and we achieve this with entities such as ENATIC, with which we share values and ideas.”
For her part, Belén Arribas, vice-president of ENATIC, welcomes the collaboration and underlines the fact that ENATIC, within its different lines of work and management, “very actively develops international relations and proof of this is the signing of this collaboration agreement with GLTH”. Thus, he adds that “it is essential to transform a sector as traditional as ours into a disruptive digital system and with alliances of this type it will be a more achievable goal.”
The signing of this memorandum of understanding with a key entity in the ecosystem such as ENATIC is the second in 2022 for the Global Legaltech Hub, which is growing exponentially hand in hand with major players in the sector, creating synergies and empowering professionals, startups, companies, institutions and hubs.
GLTH is a global non-profit entity that empowers initiatives from thousands of actors that make up the legaltech universe: professionals, startups, companies, institutions, hubs and academia. Its goal is to accelerate the future of a new legal industry driven by technological innovation.
ENATIC is an entity that was created with the aim of uniting and representing in the field of institutional law all those lawyers whose activity is directly or indirectly related to the Information and Knowledge Society, and to the world of Information and Communication Technologies.