In an effort to give law school students what they never had, lawyers-turned-legal tech leaders are reaching back to their law school alma maters to highlight legal tech tools and the budding industry. While such endeavors benefit schools and students, legal tech entrepreneurs noted their businesses also gain access to an alumni network and new industry entrants.

For many lawyers-turned-legal tech entrepreneurs, legal tech education was extremely lacking during law school.

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