DiligenceEngine in TechCrunch

Written by: Noah Waisberg

December 21, 2014

2 minute read

Basha Rubin, CEO of Priori Legal, had a nice piece in TechCrunch recently, “Legal Tech Startups Have A Short History And A Bright Future”. In it, she details “three areas in the legal space on the precipice of major disruption in 2015”:

  • DIY services, allowing consumers to solve certain legal problems without a lawyer (e.g., business incorporation and wills with LegalZoom or Rocket Lawyer, small-scale contracts with Shake).
  • Legal marketplaces, which allow people needing lawyers to get them (e.g., Priori (targeting small businesses), Hire and Esquire (for law firms needing temp lawyers)).
  • High-tech tools, that allow lawyers to better do their work and communicate with clients.

Our contract review software was included among the “high-tech tools.”

To us, legal is a really exciting area to be building a technology company in. Here are two big reasons why:

Basha’s article goes into more details on some of the opportunities currently being focused on in legal tech. Check it out!

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