From prosecuting war crimes to access to justice, Legal Tech Founder raises $18m

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Julia Salasky, founder of access to justice platform 'CrowdJustice' in the UK and a former war crimes Lawyer at the UN, has secured $18million in funding to scale her new legal tech venture, Legl, a SaaS platform which makes it easier for law firms to mitigate risk for their clients. They do this by easing business processes of law firms by removing time consuming, admin-heavy work through automation. To read more on Legl's cap raise and Julia’s incredible career, head to https://www.lawfuel.com/blog/war-crimes-to-law-tech/


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