Future of Law
Digital transformation presents companies with complex challenges.

Future Law complements traditional legal services with innovative approaches and technologies. For example, artificial intelligence, automated processes and data analysis are also used.

Future law is a dynamic and interdisciplinary field in which lawyers, scientists, technologists and regulatory experts work together.

Future Law refers to various approaches to lawmaking that differ from traditional methods.

Future Law means a new way of delivering legal services that focuses on efficiency, scalability and technology.

In order to best advise clients on their New Law needs, consultants must have extensive knowledge of the legal industry and an understanding of the latest technologies.

Ask our experts about the latest approaches in legal design and let us guide you into the future of law.

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09.02.2024 | KPMG Law Insights

Podcast series “KPMG Law on air”: The employment law function

08.01.2024 | PR Publications

Interview in the Börsen-Zeitung with Philipp Glock, Kai Jacob and Michael Roth on GenAi


Statement from KPMG Law experts in Brand eins magazine on the use of AI


Börsen-Zeitung guest article: Start-up founders underestimate data protection as a success factor


The digital transformation presents companies with complex challenges. Don’t miss the boat, we will be happy to advise you.

KPMG Law on air: Podcast episodes on the topic "Future of Law"

Be inspired by our podcast series “KPMG Law meets Future – trend-based perspective on future legal issues”

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Global Legal Benchmarking Survey 2023/24

For the tenth time, the survey at hand addresses Legal Departments of globally operating companies.

Protecting value

The Intellectual Property Report of KPMG Law 2022 / 23

For the sixth time, with the “the Intellectual Property Report of KPMG Law 2022/23” KPMG Law is seeking insights into the daily challenges of Heads of IP of globally operating companies and how they handle them. The survey focuses on topics such as strategy, the organization and activities of IP departments, trends and developments as well as valuable cost and performance indicators. This instrument will allow you to benchmark yourself against your global peers and see where you stand in comparison. Interested in finding out more? Take part in the survey and receive a complimentary copy.

Contact persons

Philipp Glock, LL.M.

Solution Line Head Legal Corporate Services
Head of IT & Innovation

Klingelhöferstraße 18
10785 Berlin

tel: +49 341 22572529

Andreas Bong

Head of Legal Operations & Technology Services

Tersteegenstraße 19-23
40474 Düsseldorf

tel: +49 211 4155597160

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