Here are the 5 legal startups in the new Lander & Rogers LawTech Hub cohort 

- May 6, 2022 2 MIN READ
Lander & Rogers Chief Executive Partner Genevieve Collins
Australian law firm Lander & Rogers has announced the five startups in its fifth cohort of the LawTech Hub program.

Three Australian legal tech startups are joined by one from London and another from New York, following a four-month hunt.

Lander & Rogers Chief Executive Partner Genevieve Collins said that over the next six months, the companies will further develop their products which span emerging technologies including AI, machine learning and process automation.

“The entire firm is excited to welcome five new residents to this year’s LawTech Hub program. Disruption in the legal industry is at its prime and I’m incredibly proud that we’ve been nurturing the world’s  most promising entrepreneurs since launching the LawTech Hub in 2019,” she said

“This year is especially exciting as we align one of our key firm strategies to the hubour  commitment to the environment. Lander & Rogers is on track to be carbon neutral by this June and at the forefront of carbon accounting in Australia’s legal industry.”

Collins said the startups will be able to pilot their projects and gain access to the vast networks, experience, and expertise of Lander & Rogers. The program runs until October.

The companies in the 2022 cohort are:

Melbourne-based BotL, a student-led startup that aims to innovate the way Australian law schools prepare law students for the future of legal practice. BotL’s vibrant approach to the hands-on learning of legal technology places students at the heart of technological  disruption in law.

DraftWise, headquartered in New York, helps transactional attorneys use their firm’s best language to draft and negotiate complex agreements directly inside Microsoft Word. DraftWise is a group of product-driven, user-focused entrepreneurs with backgrounds in  software engineering, machine learning, banking and finance law, and platform security.

Brisbane-based Halisok specialises in machine learning to extract unstructured data that is locked in PDFs, jpgs, Word documents, emails, audio and more.

Sydney’s NetNada is AI-based software that integrates into a business utilising available data to analyse emissions within the organisation’s footprint, then supplies a solution for  the business to reduce emissions while driving ROI and stakeholder engagement. 

SettleIndex from London is a decision and risk analysis platform for litigation that informs strategy and enables lawyers and clients to work better together. SettleIndex enables lawyers to create financial models for disputes, to visualise case outcomes, track case  progress through KPIs and collect and analyse structured data on litigation.

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