Flush with investment cash, artificial intelligence (AI) contract technology providers like Seal Software and LawGeex have started staffing their ranks with former corporate counsel, legal operations professionals and in-house technologists from some of the biggest technology companies around, including Microsoft, Google and Hewlett-Packard.

So what’s behind this recent migration to the legal AI startup scene? For many former corporate professionals, it’s all about the desire to have a hand in shaping the future of legal operations and to work in more creative and fast-paced environment.

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