Four Companies Selected for Duke Law Tech Lab

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Four early-stage legal technology companies with a core mission of expanding access to legal services have been selected to participate in Duke Law Tech Lab’s summer 2020 pre-accelerator program.

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Strengthens the ability of public defenders to serve low-income criminal defendants through video evidence management software that leverages AI to process body-worn camera footage, interrogation videos, and more

People Clerk

Guides California litigants throughout the small claims process giving them the tools to prepare, settle, and litigate their dispute.

Yo Tengo Bot

Automates the interaction between immigration law firms and potential clients through a white label chatbot powered by artificial intelligence and machine learning (available in both English and Spanish).

“Each of these teams represents important opportunities for technological innovation in law,” said Jeff Ward, Associate Dean for Technology & Innovation at Duke Law and Director of the Duke Center on Law & Technology. “Even more, though, each of these founders represents the right attitude. Law can do better. Law must do better. And these are the visionaries who will help get us there.”

The Duke Law Tech Lab, which began on June 24 and runs for three months, is supported by sponsors Lexis-Nexis, Travelers, and the global law firm Latham & Watkins.

Additional details about the Duke Law Tech Lab can be found at


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Robert "Bob" Friedman is the publisher of Attorney at Law Magazine North Carolina Triangle. He contributes articles and interviews to each issue.

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