The long slog to partnership is not for everyone, but the legaltech boom is offering some disillusioned but entrepreneurial associates an escape route.

Many of the legaltech companies that have sprung up in the last five years have been founded by former associates at top firms, and for these lawyers-turned-founders, the growth of legaltech has built a bridge from corporate law into entrepreneurship.

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