Extract from Rhys Dipshan's article "The New Legal Tech Leaders: 8 Big Industry Moves From 2019"
This past year has brought a host of new legal tech platforms and a seemingly unending amount of new M&A activity. But it also has brought something equally as significant: a number of new CEOs, presidents and other C-suite officers have taken the helm of major technology providers and industry education groups.
This group will be instrumental in directing the legal tech market through evolving consumer demands and data challenges in months ahead, and also defining what the future of the industry will look like in the years to come. Here’s a look, in chronological order, of the leadership changes reshaping the legal tech landscape
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