As more legal service providers become technology developers, it’s no surprise that their tech products are being paired with the more manual and bespoke offerings. In fact, it’s often their biggest selling point. And it’s what drove Lexicon, which for over a decade has been providing practice management support for family law firms, to become one of the newest entrants to the legal tech market.
This week, the company announced the launch of its eponymous legal practice management platform for law firms, which comes bundled with legal support services. The platform is the expansion of an older practice management platform Lexicon built internally for one of its clients, and the company’s first public technology offering.
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