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Spectr is your in-house legal guy for all your legal questions. Always available and ready to help you through your favourite Slack application.

No more  legal worries, here’s Spectr.

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Spectr is a Slack-integration that makes sure you always have your own virtual jurist at your disposal.

It’s a product of the Jurists Europe and is supported in Belgium, the Netherlands, France, Germany and the United Kingdom.

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Go to https://spectrapp.eu/

The fastest way to get clear, simple legal advice without interrupting your work flow is by having a virtual jurist.

The best solution on the web for this problem is SPECTR.

Spectr is a product of theJurists Europe, a headstrong legal consultancy firm specialised in digital law, IP and corporate law.

theJurists Europe works strongly on technology, in order to make the law accessible to every entrepreneur.

They have offices in Ghent, Amsterdam, Brussels, Paris, Berlin, Cologne and London.

Spectr is currently supported in Belgium, the Netherlands, France, Germany and the United Kingdom.

Even if you never become involved in a legal dispute there is always a legal component with whatever business activity you are involved in.

I am all for questioning whether the Traditional tried and true method of any activity out weighs a new piece of tech trying to make it more efficient.

Spectr is a tick the box piece of mind solution that fits nicely into your work flow. You no longer have to look for a jurist or lawyer.

You don’t need to spend time trawling through google and brilliant marketing messages trying to determine which lawyer is best for you.

Spectr provides the comfort of a personal in-house jurist within your company, without the wage costs.

There are several case studies and testimonials on the blog post for this episode unidentified.io/spectr

Spectr feels perfectly at home in your own Slack-environment.

In just a few clicks you have your own in-house jurist who can immediately answer your questions in no fewer than four languages (English, French, Dutch and German).

Just type /help-spectr for more information when using the app.

Spectr is completely free to install and to use for initial advice.

The app gives your company the possibility to connect with a professional legal advisor. All you have to do is start the chat conversation by explaining the legal issue your company is dealing with.

In no time, the legal advisor on the other side will give you free and clear legal advice. Spectr will gladly assist you during business hours (8:30 am – 18:00 pm, Monday – Friday).


If you’re ready to capitalise on Spectr right now this is what you need to do:

Install Spectr on Slack and always have a legal guy ‘on standby’.

Spectr is a product of theJurists Europe and free to install and use.

For now, the use of the Spectr app is limited to the USA, the UK, Germany, France, the Netherlands and Belgium.

But don’t worry, other countries will follow shortly!

Spectr: A Slack-integration that makes sure you always have your own virtual jurist at your disposal.

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