A new legal tech startup that one of its co-founders calls “the company without a CEO” is looking to Africa for software development talent. 

Hence, a legal tech startup that looks to match clients with the right lawyer using data and artificial intelligence, launched March 18 after two successful pilots and $1.8 million raised in seed funding. The company is based in London and with a hub in the Rwandan capital of Kigali.

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