Australian legislation agency Lander & Rogers has introduced the 5 startups in its fifth cohort of the LawTech Hub program.
Three Australian authorized tech startups are joined by one from London and one other from New York, following a four-month hunt.
Lander & Rogers Chief Government Accomplice Genevieve Collins mentioned that over the subsequent six months, the businesses will additional develop their merchandise which span rising applied sciences together with AI, machine studying and course of automation.
“The whole agency is worked up to welcome 5 new residents to this 12 months’s LawTech Hub program. Disruption within the authorized trade is at its prime and I’m extremely proud that we’ve been nurturing the world’s most promising entrepreneurs since launching the LawTech Hub in 2019,” she mentioned
“This 12 months is particularly thrilling as we align considered one of our key agency methods to the hub—our dedication to the setting. Lander & Rogers is on monitor to be carbon impartial by this June and on the forefront of carbon accounting in Australia’s authorized trade.”
Collins mentioned the startups will be capable of pilot their initiatives and achieve entry to the huge networks, expertise, and experience of Lander & Rogers. This system runs till October.
The businesses within the 2022 cohort are:
Melbourne-based BotL, a student-led startup that goals to innovate the way in which Australian legislation colleges put together legislation college students for the way forward for authorized follow. BotL’s vibrant method to the hands-on studying of authorized expertise locations college students on the coronary heart of technological disruption in legislation.
DraftWise, headquartered in New York, helps transactional attorneys use their agency’s finest language to draft and negotiate advanced agreements straight inside Microsoft Phrase. DraftWise is a gaggle of product-driven, user-focused entrepreneurs with backgrounds in software program engineering, machine studying, banking and finance legislation, and platform safety.
Brisbane-based Halisok specialises in machine studying to extract unstructured information that’s locked in PDFs, jpgs, Phrase paperwork, emails, audio and extra.
Sydney’s NetNada is AI-based software program that integrates right into a enterprise utilising accessible information to analyse emissions throughout the organisation’s footprint, then provides an answer for the enterprise to scale back emissions whereas driving ROI and stakeholder engagement.
SettleIndex from London is a call and threat evaluation platform for litigation that informs technique and allows attorneys and purchasers to work higher collectively. SettleIndex allows attorneys to create monetary fashions for disputes, to visualise case outcomes, monitor case progress via KPIs and accumulate and analyse structured information on litigation.
There’s extra on the LawTech Hub right here: