Services Automation for Large Law Firms

We’re making it safe, easy and efficient for major law firms to adopt artificial intelligence, smart contracts and other new technologies

Our services automation platform will enable law firms to deploy a wide range of computing applications without exposing firm or client content to disparate third-party cloud environments. We also plan to accelerate inter-operability between and among legal technology applications.

Our Consortium

A group of leading global law firms is participating in a consortium to support the launch of our platform. Each firm has agreed to commit a partner or senior technology executive to serve on the consortium and, subject to satisfaction of certain conditions, to eventually pilot the Reynen Court platform.

The consortium is chaired by Latham & Watkins and Clifford Chance. Paul Weiss serves as vice-chair.

Consortium members include:

• Clifford Chance
• Covington
• Cravath, Swaine & Moore
• Freshfields
• Gibson Dunn
• Latham & Watkins

• Orrick
• Linklaters
• Paul Weiss
• Ropes & Gray
• Skadden Arps
• White & Case

Our Team

Founded by Andrew D. Klein, a serial technology entrepreneur and former Cravath, Swaine & Moore associate, Reynen Court has assembled a management team comprised of professionals with complementary skills and extensive experience in enterprise software, user experience design, cyber security, subscription management, cloud native computing technologies and innovation management.

Our Offices

We have offices in Amsterdam and San Francisco.

Law Firms

Are you with a large law firm? Please reach out to learn about the consortium of major firms we have established to collaborate in our development

Application Vendors

Are you offering or developing an application targeting large law firms? We welcome the chance to explore how we could accelerate adoption of your technology

Career Opportunities

Are you looking to join an ambitious team that aims to impact the entire legal industry? We are actively recruiting across all functions and levels

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