The third and final round of the first ever Global Legal Hackathon—a legal tech development competition that boasted participants from across five continents and over 40 cities—concluded in New  York on April 21.  From among the 14 finalists, who had to present live prototypes of their solution to the events’ judges, four winning teams were selected, two of which developed solutions to serve the private sector, and two for the public sector.

Winners from the private sector category included Budapest, Hungary-based Revealu, an app through which users can request their personal data from tech providers, and Denver-based LexLucid, an online website where attorneys review and grade online consumers contracts, such as terms of services,  to help consumers understand their agreements.

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