In less than a month, three legal tech companies went public. On Wednesday, DISCO Inc. debuted on the New York Stock Exchange, after LegalZoom and Intapp entered the public market on June 30.

Investors noted DISCO is looking to leverage the public market’s appetite for growth potential and its more recent acceptance of legal tech to gain quicker access to funds. And as the list of legal tech companies that successfully go public grows, other legal tech companies are likely to follow, observers said.

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