Not All Tech is Created Equal — Why I Left Self-Driving Cars for Legal Tech

Not all tech is created equal

Is it a bias that lawyers are so slow and expensive?

The good news is, it’s about to change

Reason 1: Legal AI is ready to bring about fundamental changes

Reason 2: Legal tech shifts the focus to clients, not just lawyers

Reason 3: The demand for legal help has been exploding

Surge in U.S. business formation applications

Reason 4: The young generation of lawyers is looking for opportunities outside of Big Law

Working on something cool while making the world a better place

Leaving self-driving cars for legal tech

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Tech startup co-founder | Ex-Uber

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