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The Top 5 Legal Tech Start-Ups To Watch In 2019

Legal Tech Start Ups

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The advent of Artificial Intelligence means we are now entering an age of  start ups poised to capitalise on this technological wave. As reported by Forbes magazine, last year set an investment record with 713% growth in investment in legal tech start ups.

This refers to technology taking on traditionally ‘due-diligence’ jobs such as reading contracts and research. As soon-to-be lawyers or fresh faces working in this changing field, it’s important to understand the big players and how technology could impact the industry.  

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Luminance

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Ravel Law

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Lexoo

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Libryo

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What distinguishes it from its peers?

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Crowd Justice

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Why Should You Pay Attention to These Companies?

The above start ups are by no means a definitive list given both the growing list of startups and investor funding for various startups rooted in diverse initiatives. Indeed even from this list, we have a range of corporate to humanitarian based start ups.

Minimally, this bodes well for the future the utilisation of technology for greater causes. On that note, perhaps any malaise felt regarding the replacement of jobs by A.I. should be allayed given the influx of start ups creating more jobs.

Perhaps, what is changing is actually the technical skill sets such as coding and programming that would become necessary assets in the near future? And this, for any professional, is something to bear in mind. 

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Author: Edwin Teong Ying Keat

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