Legal technology has become a prime target for venture capital investors, and money has increasingly poured into the industry over the past 5+ years. Therefore, it may seem as though all legal tech companies are fated to become success stories.

However, some startups will thrive while others will unfortunately not. What makes the difference and what does the right stuff look like? Since our team evaluates legal tech startups’ potential every day, here are the top five indicators of success that we look for:

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