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Clausehound.com and Ryerson’s Law Practice Program Announce a New Collaboration

August 26, 2016

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Toronto, ON:

Clausehound.com and Ryerson’s Law Practice Program (LPP) are joining forces! We’re celebrating this new achievement by sharing with you the details of this new collaboration!

About Ryerson’s LPP: An innovative and on-trend alternative to articling, LPP offers new law graduates the opportunity to gain a unique on-line training and learning experience with a hands-on work term. Affiliated with the Law Society of Upper Canada, Ontario Bar Association and other key players in the legal community. The program incorporates technology at its core as it recognizes the effect it has on the legal field. Through the program, candidates obtain the necessary skills and knowledge to better position themselves in the competitive and changing legal field. About Clausehound.com:Clausehound.com is a legal tool geared towards entrepreneurs, early-stage businesses and small businesses alike to help draft legal documents to make businesses and lawyers more productive. Our $10 per month do-it-yourself **Legal Library** hosts tens of thousands of legal clauses, contracts, articles, lawyer commentary and instructional videos. Our professional version offers a concierge service that will assist you to should you have any questions while trying to source an agreement. We’re very excited to start this journey with Ryerson’s LPP, by offering its candidates our online legal tool to aide them through the course of their program. Ryerson’s LPP and Clausehound are both pioneers in the legal sector as we seek ways to incorporate, rather than resist, technology!

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Written by Rajah. Rajah Lehal is Founder and CEO of Clausehound.com. Rajah is a legal technologist and technology lawyer who is, together with the Clausehound team, capturing and sharing lawyer expertise, building deal negotiation libraries, teaching negotiation in classrooms, and automating negotiation with software.