Helping legal tech entrepreneurs strengthen and build lasting connections with the community around them.
Meet weekly with LexisNexis® executives for hands-on learning sessions that cover a variety of legal topics.
One-hour strategy sessions focus on a topics critical to a start-up. Curriculum highlights include: running an agile product development organization; product-market fit assessment; commercialization and growth strategies; UI/UX design; data-driven decision-making; sales and marketing approaches to law firms; best practices in customer success and support; venture funding; funding pitch refinement; transactions and licensing; and business operations.
Space for up to four people inside the exciting Lex Machina offices in Menlo Park, CA or in the LexisNexis Raleigh Technology Center on the North Carolina State University Centennial Campus.
Access to cutting-edge tools and technologies from LexisNexis and Lex Machina®.
Leverage relationships with Stanford and other Bay-Area schools, businesses, VCs and other influencers.
Weekly hands-on sessions with LexisNexis executives on growing legal tech companies and ad-hoc discussions with other LexisNexis executives about technology, user experience design, product development, product marketing and other topics.
The LexisNexis® Legal Tech Accelerator Press Releases:
Legal market start-ups receive hands-on mentoring, access to cutting-edge tools, technologies and other unique benefits designed advance their businesses...
Attune Capital Group, Digitory Legal, Disputly, Justis Connection, Procertas and Specifio chosen after rigorous evaluation from a record applicant pool...
Not only do you learn how to run a legal tech company from some of the best to do it, but the executive team is extremely well connected in Silicon Valley and can make introductions to people you never thought accessible.
The LexisNexis accelerator program was unique because of their deep knowledge of the law. Through the program, we were able to learn new ways to market specifically to the legal industry. It was also very helpful to us to learn best practices from people with a wealth of experience in sales and other disciplines.