Proceedy

The legal solution of the future

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Why the legal industry?

How Proceedy started

After working with digitization of politicians and board members for more than 10 years, our interest fell on the legal industry which is still driven by conservative and manual workflows. The legal industry has a lot of good systems for handling documents, time registration, invoicing and customer data, but the actual core work of the lawyer which is working on and understanding the specific cases is not supportet by anything other than the Office package and maybe a subscription to Adobe. We would like to change that.

The idea came from a request from the legal industry. Printing of extracts, appendixes and other documents is the main part of the preparation for a case. There should be a solution to that! We have examined the legal industry by hosting workshops and conducting interviews with more than 10 lawyers, secretaries and law students from bigger and smaller law firms. Through this process we have gained a solid insight into workflows and challenges that exist in the industry, and provide them with helpful digital tools for solving them. We do not just want to digitalize the industry but we want to improve workflows for all legal employees.

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A small company with big ambitions

The team behind Proceedy

Aage Nielsen

Founder/CTO

Anders Juul

Founder/CEO

Eva Konrad Hanneslund

IT Product Owner

Billede af Zuzanna
Zuzanna Czepukojc

Frontend Developer

Sofie Flink Rasmussen

UX Designer

Nicolai Pavliuc

Student worker

Rebecca Pliniussen

Student worker

Interview with lawyer Andreas Leidesdorff
Proceedy has had the pleasure of doing an interview with Andreas Leidesdorff, who is a lawyer and partner in the law firm Leidesdorff & Lund. On that occasion, we asked about his current workflows and relationship to digitization in the legal profession.
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Mental well-being in the legal profession
In connection with the International Work Environment Day, April 28, Proceedy will mark the day by focusing on the work environment in the legal profession. According to a report from Karnov 2021, it turns out that 62% of Scandinavian lawyers have experienced work-related stress or anxiety.
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