Founders of Doxly, Clause, Libryo and ROSS Intelligence featured in Forbes

Forbes loves our startups! Nextlaw Ventures portfolio companies have been featured in Forbes quite a bit recently. Some highlights:

Haley Altman, CEO of Doxly, was featured in a July Forbes piece about women entrepreneurs and the unique challenges they face. Altman shared insights gleaned as she made the move from law firm equity partner to startup CEO in an emerging industry, and how personal and professional relationships played a crucial role in that transition as well the success of the company. Read the full article here, as follow up to Forbes’ earlier article on Doxly last December.

Peter Hunn and Houman Shadab, founders of Clause, were also featured in Forbes this month for an exciting initiative that Clause is working on with Hyperledger, IACCM and Clio called the Accord Project. The Accord Project is being hailed as “a ‘milestone event’ for the development of blockchain and distributed ledgers in legal contracting.”

Libryo was also recently recognized in this Forbes article as one of Kickstart Accelerator’s 10 Most Promising Fintech Startups.

Also, in case you missed it, earlier this year Forbes featured Nextlaw Labs Global Chair John Fernandez and the founders of Nextlaw Ventures’ first portfolio company ROSS Intelligence, Andrew Arruda and Jimoh Ovbiagele, in a detailed piece about the company’s founding and growth.

Congratulations to Doxly, Clause, Libryo and ROSS!

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