In spite of the growth legal tech has seen over the last few years, not all companies within the sector are created equal in the eyes of investors.

Justice tech, or technology that is intended to support and give access to the people most often neglected by the U.S. criminal and civil system, is a sector that has shared some of the upswings from the technological evolution sweeping the legal industry. Still, the nascent area of technology can’t seem to shed itself of a reputation for being less profitable and less reliable for venture capitalists and investors.

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