Earlier this month, the legal tech platform Reynen Court announced its launch of an online stock offering in hopes of widening its investor circle by encouraging funding from both lawyers and legal tech enthusiasts.

These types of offerings are rare in the legal tech market—and whether other companies could follow suit is likely too soon to tell. But as legal tech companies look to solidify relationships with the legal market and bear-proof themselves as threats of a recession loom, Reynen Court’s example could offer companies an alternative way of securing funding outside of traditional fundraising and IPOs.

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