Venture capital is taking notable interest in legal industry “disrupters” this month, with San Francisco-based Atrium announcing $65 million in new funding just days after Kira Systems trumpeted a $50 million minority investment. 

Atrium, which bills itself as a tech-powered platform providing flat-fee legal services to the startup community, is receiving investments from Silicon Valley heavyweight Andreessen Horowitz, along with General Catalyst, YC Continuity Fund, and Sound Ventures.

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