Kira Inc. is looking for an operations assistant to help us manage our growth.
Sunday, at the South By Southwest Interactive Conference, Nicole Bradick of CuroLegal and I presented on "Will Your Next Lawyer Be A Machine?" It—and SXSW in general—were quite fun. Based on the lots of questions we got, our audience was engaged. Here are our slides:
The South by Southwest (SXSW) Interactive Conference is focused on emerging technology, and "'has probably been the biggest of its kind in the world' since 2007." Tomorrow, Noah is presenting there with Curo Legal's hillarious COO Nicole Bradick on "Will Your Next Lawyer Be a Machine?" If you're at SXSW, check it out!
Prior to co-founding DiligenceEngine, I was an M&A lawyer at a leading New York City firm. I did due diligence contract review myself, I supervised due diligence, and I spoke with people at other firms who did and supervised due diligence. Based on this experience, I realized there was a better way to do due diligence contract review, got together with Alex (who has a PhD in computer science from a leading program), and we set to work under the "DiligenceEngine" banner. "DiligenceEngine" perfectly fit what we were building: our software helped lawyers do due diligence contract review faster and more accurately. We have seen real use of our system as a diligence tool:
I've been a longtime reader of Lawyerist, and it was very nice to get to walk Sam Glover through trying our system. M&A due diligence contract review is not something he's ever had to do, but he got how there are lots of instances when lawyers review contracts to extract data, and how our system could help with these. He found DiligenceEngine "really a pleasure to use." Here's his nice writeup:
Mitch Kowalski is a favorite legal market commentator of ours, and we're blushing at his kind Financial Post writeup of our recent team additions announcement. "Canadian legal tech darling"! Check it out:
DiligenceEngine is looking for a financial analyst in Toronto to help us manage our growth. Our contract review software is used by professionals to accelerate corporate transactions while reducing risk of errors. Our clients include some of the world’s largest corporations and professional services firms.
This is a bit more press-releasey than our blog readers are used to seeing here, but the DiligenceEngine blog is the place to know what's going on with us, and this content is part of our story.
DilgenceEngine is a fast-growing software startup that helps professionals review contracts faster and more accurately than conventional methods. After years of hard development work, our initial customers include some of the world’s largest corporations, law firms, and professional service firms. In 2014, our platform was trusted and used on corporate transactions worth tens of billions (yes, billions) of dollars.
Over the summer, I did an extensive interview series with William Barns-Graham of GC Research Club. It was long enough that it originally came out in three parts (though now appears to have been consolidated into one piece). In it, we cover how in-house lawyers help push legal tech advancement, DiligenceEngine, and how technology will change lawyering. Check it out!