Law & Regulation

Legal tech start-up closes $3.65m capital raising

Victoria Young
Tue, 18 Feb 2020

Legal ops company LawVu has completed a $3.65 million funding round, valuing it at almost $20 million as it signs top-tier corporate clients. The tech start-up, which focuses on legal operations in the cloud, said it had recently signed Telstra, James Hardie, Fonterra and Zespri as clients. LawVu’s software manages in-house legal team’s workloads, aiming to cash in on the burgeoning legal operations discipline worth US$160 billion. Legal departments around the world have been responding to demands to control more work in-house an...

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