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Ruairidh W McHardy
Ruairidh W McHardy@ruairidhwm · indie hacker
Pretty interesting. Legal tech (my field) is showing a lot of improvement over the past year. Would be interested to see how well they get over security/confidentiality concerns.
Joshua Ooi
Joshua Ooi@joshuaoxj · Singapore
I've seen a few of these so far that offer free legal advice/documents/reviews. How do these people intend to make money?
Ruairidh W McHardy
Ruairidh W McHardy@ruairidhwm · indie hacker
@joshuaoxj I'm guessing that they will move onto a paid model once the beta testing is done.
Freddy Kelly
Freddy Kelly@fredkelly · Software Engineer
The "Start Now" link 404s for me :(
Jeremy Finn
Jeremy FinnMaker@jzfinn · LawGeex
@fredkelly I am sorry you got this error message. Please can you tell me what browser you are using so our tech guys can investigate this. Thanks a lot
Fred Zimmeman
Fred Zimmeman@fredzannarbor · Founder, PageKicker
Attorney (no longer in practice) and former LexisNexis employee here. Good idea. * Probably best as support for a lawyer as not really a good idea for layman to rely entirely on document similarity for guidance. * You need to get some big contract corpora in hand asap. LN and West have them, so do large firm KM. * LN and West both have very mature document summarization and comparison technologies. watch out! ==Currently, Lawgeex only supports residential lease agreements, but we’re working on adding other types of documents.== * Should have learned that before I uploaded doc!
Hosam Hassan
Hosam Hassan@objective_neo
website is down as it seems.
Erik Torenberg
Erik TorenbergHiring@eriktorenberg · Former Product Hunt
@objective_neo works for me!
Jeremy Finn
Jeremy FinnMaker@jzfinn · LawGeex
@objective_neo Our site went down for a few minutes this afternoon, but we are back and running.