Lucius Report, the startup that makes compliance easy, wins Global Legaltech Venture Day final in Madrid
After celebrating three Venture Days in Singapore, Chicago and Mexico, Lucius, a legaltech startup that focuses on generating due diligence reports and aims to make compliance easy, wins Global Legaltech Venture Day final organized by Ontier, Law Schools Global League and IE.
In the past four months, more than 60 startups participated in the Global Legaltech Venture Days. Startups participating in this legaltech startup competition, hosted by ONTIER, Law Schools Global League, IE and South Summit, have been hand-picked to participate in the final global startup competition. Esquify (Chicago), Lucius Report (Mexico) and EasyLaw (Singapore) are the winners and inspiring innovators that made it to the final round, but only one could be selected the winner of the final prize and incubator program.
These startups made their way to the finale to pitch in front of our final panel of judges, which included: Javier de Cendra, President Law Schools Global League; Adolfo Suárez Illana, ONTIER International President; Liz Fleming, Principal Adara Ventures, Advisor at South Summit; Mario Brassesco, Venture Capitalist at Encomenda Smart Capital and Ignacio Longarte, Board/Advisory board member in EU Digital start-ups & investor. After a difficult deliberation, we have a winner: Lucius from Mexico.
“We are a legaltech tool that generates due diligence reports, combining algorithms and the legal expertise of qualified lawyers to deliver a comprehensive, relevant and easy to grasp report”, explained Guillermo Miranda.
26 Jul 2018Legaltech and Entrepreneurship, News
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