Michael Sander’s trajectory into legal technology followed what seems to be an emerging career path for millennials in law: turning repetitive legal work into profitable technology.

During his first few years working as a patent litigator for Kenyon & Kenyon, Sander found himself dealing with a lot of rote research in his initial case assessment work. “I was dealing with the same type of legal research question over and over and over and over. Probably more than a dozen times, maybe three dozen times,” he said.

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