Spellbook

This week brought notable funding rounds for two legal technology companies, Proof and Spellbook, and a much-smaller seed round for a newer legal tech startup.
Proof Raises $30M Series B
Proof Technology, whose platform facilitates on-demand service of process and electronic filing, has closed a $30.4 million Series B funding round. The round was led by Long Ridge Equity Partners
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Spellbook, the legal contract drafting and review tool powered by both OpenAI and Anthropic large language models, has raised a $20M Series A funding round led by Montreal-based venture capital firm […]
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Voting is now open! Help pick the 15 legal tech startups that will get to compete at the eighth-annual Startup Alley at ABA TECHSHOW 2024. Your votes determine the 15 companies selected to face off in a live pitch competition that will be the opening-night event of this year’s TECHSHOW, which is Feb. 14-17, 2024, in Chicago. They also get
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Having conducted trials or proof of concepts with five generative AI vendors in the drafting, review, legal review and productivity space – as we first revealed in June this year …
Addleshaw Goddard selects CoCounsel, Spellbook, Microsoft Copilot and its own AGPT platform after gen AI trials Read More »
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Spellbook, a company formerly known as Rally Legal, and whose product uses GPT-4 and other generative AI models to speed contract drafting and review directly within Microsoft Word, has raised $10.9 million to drive hiring, development and expansion.
The funding was led by Moxxie Ventures, with participation from Thomson Reuters VenturesInovia CapitalThe LegalTech
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