Marlen Estévez & Albert Ferré

New agreement between GLTH and WLW

The Global Legaltech Hub (GLTH) and Women in a Legal World (WLW) have signed a collaboration agreement with the aim of strengthening both entities worldwide.

In recent years, both entities have grown significantly. The GLTH, since its creation in 2020, accumulates growth of more than 100% in members year after year and, since 2021, it is present all over the world. For its part, the WLW has positioned itself as the reference entity in training and cutting-edge legal trends at a national level.

Through this agreement, both organisations seek to position the two entities as references not only in Spain but also in LATAM and the world within the legaltech ecosystem. The agreement contemplates sharing knowledge, participating in and organising events, developing joint projects, sharing a network of contacts and any other type of collaboration that the parties consider important and beneficial for both.

“We saw in this agreement the possibility to grow by bringing much more value to the ecosystem and we did not hesitate,” said Albert Ferré (pictured right), vice president of GLTH. “For GLTH, talent has never had borders, age or gender, today we sign a collaboration agreement with WLW, one of the most brilliant entities of the legal ecosystem, an entity born of the illusion and commitment to a better, more egalitarian and fairer world”, he added.

For her part, Marlen Estévez (pictured left), president of WLW, said: “On this path, at WLW, we need to be at the forefront of change, which means being up to date in the world of legaltech and knowing the technologies that help law firms, institutions and organisations to be more efficient and achieve a greater social reach of their services, greater transparency and better use of resources. And what better travelling companion than the Global Legaltech Hub? A global initiative that brings together the main players in the ecosystem to write the future of a new legal industry leveraging technological innovation.

Irina Wakstein