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Legal Innovators: Duke Law Tech Lab
Attorney at Law Magazine
October 1, 2019
Durham-based start-up Courtroom5 won the $ 5,000 grand prize at Duke Law Tech Lab’s third annual Demo Day on Sept. 20. It was the culmination of a three-month pre-accelerator program for promising early-stage legal technology companies. Read more.
Online platform for pro se litigants wins grand prize at Duke Law Tech Lab Demo Day
September 23, 2019
A Durham-based start-up offering tools and resources for pro se litigants took the grand prize at Duke Law Tech Lab’s third annual Demo Day, the culmination of a pre-accelerator program for promising early-stage legal technology companies. Read more.
5 startups to pitch their legal platforms at Duke Law Tech Lab demo day
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LexisNexis Legal Tech Accelerator picks 2 Triangle firms
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Duke Center on Law & Technology selects 12 early-stage companies for pre-accelerator program
June 25, 2019
Twelve early-stage legal technology companies, including five with a core mission of expanding access to legal services, are participating this summer in the Duke Center on Law & Technology’s online pre-accelerator program, Duke Law Tech Lab. Read more.
Duke Law Wants to Help Early-Stage Startups Weather Legal Tech Challenges
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June 21, 2019
The third-year pre-accelerator program not only helps budding companies through general startup challenges, but also through roadblocks specific to a legal industry sometimes resistant to change. Read more.
Duke Law ‘Pre-Accelerator’ Picks 12 Startups, Links to LexisNexis Accelerator
June 18, 2019
The Duke Law Tech Lab, run by Duke Law school, has launched its latest legal tech incubator with 12 companies. This is the third year the programme has run, which they describe as a ‘pre-accelerator’. The project will potentially then feed some of the top cohort members into the LexisNexis legal tech accelerator, also in the US. Read more.
Future Law School. What does it look like?
February 12, 2019
Crises in the justice systems across the world leave a huge imprint on the legal education system, which already has enough internal and external problems. Even reputable universities in the world are now actively seeking innovative solutions and people who are able to provide them with a qualitative push in the direction of improving the efficiency of educational services. Read more.
Startup Competition Guide: Accelerators targeting legal tech companies