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September 16, 2014 at 12:27pm
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Legal Tech

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There’s several new terms that are coming more and more into use in the English language. This rise isn’t strictly limited to popular culture either- enter the new rise of Legal Tech. 

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The term Legal Tech is nothing new, in fact, as long as there’s been technology, and we know that there’s been the existence of law and legality for far longer, there’s been Legal Tech. However, what differentiates its usage today is the sheer amount as to which technology counts in the legal world.

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The legal world is constantly evolving, and its transition into the new tech era is no different. It’s no surprise that many law firms have gone paperless and that legal decisions reach the world over in mere minutes by way of instant technology. 

It’s no coincidence that the hotbed of all things tech has also seen a huge surge in legal related ventures- Silicon Valley. Law Grads and non law grads alike have seen the potential in taking legal services and making them consumer based and more approachable, a billion dollar industry that only continues to grow!

Along with the technological growth, there’s also been no shortage in the development of legal startups either. Today,  there exists over 400 legal tech affiliated startups, which means that the popularity of the word and its range is anything but a fad. 

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Santa Monica Beach, Los Angeles, California

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Santa Monica Beach, Los Angeles, California

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Earlier this year we announced our first West Coast location in West Hollywood, and now we’re excited to tell you that we’re also headed to Santa Monica in 2015!  Our second California location will be at 1351 4th Street, right in the heart of Santa Monica and just a few steps away from the beach. 
We’ll have indoor and outdoor seating, so you can take advantage of the sunshine and breeze year-round.  Thanks for continuing to live the sweetlife with us, we’ll see you in California!

sweetgreen:

Earlier this year we announced our first West Coast location in West Hollywood, and now we’re excited to tell you that we’re also headed to Santa Monica in 2015!  Our second California location will be at 1351 4th Street, right in the heart of Santa Monica and just a few steps away from the beach. 

We’ll have indoor and outdoor seating, so you can take advantage of the sunshine and breeze year-round.  Thanks for continuing to live the sweetlife with us, we’ll see you in California!

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September 11, 2014 at 12:35pm
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#VeniceBeach #SiliconBeach #supporttheindependants

katpeterson:

#VeniceBeach #SiliconBeach #supporttheindependants

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Great view from the grail.me office at the end of my street #siliconbeach (at Venice Beach)

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Great view from the grail.me office at the end of my street #siliconbeach (at Venice Beach)

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September 2, 2014 at 1:32pm
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Faces of Silicon Beach: Startup LoveIt plans to take over Pinterest’s space

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LoveIt co-founder Ron LaPierre explains how LoveIt plans to turn Pinterest to dust.

By GABRIEL RODRIGUEZ-NAVA

This is the first on a series on the burgeoning tech scene in Los Angeles, also known as Silicon Beach. A lot of entrepreneurs are flocking south from Silicon Valley to Silicon Beach, for several reasons: the imminent takeover of cable by digital, Hollywood needs startups, and there’s less competition in the tech space here in sunny Southern California. 

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