Paul is a co-founder of Regology where he helps expand the platform's legal content and functionality. He researches laws and lawmaking protocols in jurisdictions from around the world to integrate them with the Regology platform while leveraging modern technological capabilities such as Natural Language Processing and Machine Learning. Paul works with customers across industries to help them identify and refine their (global) law libraries.
Paul previously worked in the international tax group of a Big Four accounting firm with a focus on international transactions in their Amsterdam, Chicago, and New York offices. He obtained a BA (2001) from the Hague University and an LLM (2005) from the Erasmus University Rotterdam, both in the Netherlands, and a MST (2017) from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Paul V. Bruin