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dealcloser is an online platform designed for corporate lawyers that makes the transaction process more efficient and accurate, automating or eliminating many of the non-value added administrative tasks required to keep a deal running smoothly. Amir is a former corporate lawyer who practiced corporate law at a large international law firm. Amir has assisted on numerous transactions, from small to very large, and has a thorough understanding of the problem dealcloser aims to solve. For the latest topics, trends and tech in the legal industry, subscribe to the Evolve the Law Podcast: A Catalyst for Legal Innovation. Listen as legal experts and leaders share insights about the legal industry. For more information, questions, or suggestions about our podcast feel free to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Links and Resources from this Episode
- For additional information go to https://abovethelaw.com/legal-innovation-center
- The origin story of dealcloser– on discovering entrepreneurship.
- How Amir met his Co-Founder and built a transactional software hub without significant "programming" experience.
- Understanding what matters most is a lawyer’s own client relationships. On making dealcloser client’s clients happy.
- The importance of increasing lawyer professionalism through tech.
- The tech scene in Edmonton. New hire plans and what Amir looks for in new hires.
- Tips to law students looking for legal tech work. The importance of “involvement” and getting to know your local startup community.
- 2 things Amir would have done differently when founding dealcloser.
- AI and the unforeseen impact on legal education.
- Amir’s experience playing music and the connection between playing in bands and founding companies.
- On the problem of now learning how to be a lawyer in law school - and how to fix that.
- How dealcloser can significantly lower the costs of transactions. How to learn more about the product, try it and connect with Amir.
- Go to www.dealcloser.com/atl for a 30 day trial today!
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