Evisor Executives Return to Harvard Law School to Teach Entrepreneurship and Innovation in Legal Technology


Jerry Ting and Memme Onwudiwe and Industry Veterans to Share Expertise on Legal Technology Business and Alternative Career Paths to Success for Law Students

Today, artificial intelligence technology provider Evisor announced that two of its founding team, CEO Jerry Ting and Executive Vice President Memme Onwudiwe, will return to their alma mater Harvard Law School (HLS) to teach a group reading entitled “Startup Entrepreneurship and Innovations in Legal Technology” from March 28 to April 6, 2022.

The course aims to provide Harvard Law School students with a solid foundation in the entrepreneurship of legal technology startups by combining case studies, guest speakers, and additional reading. Leaders of legal departments and legal operations from global organizations will provide insight into how they are using technology to drive the digital transformation of legal and other business functions. Venture capitalists will provide details on their criteria for selecting and supporting startups like Evisort and how they are helping them succeed. The highly interactive reading group encourages HLS students to actively engage and network with guest speakers to establish their connection base in the legal / business world.

Jerry Ting is the Founder, CEO and Chairman of the Board of Advisors and was named to the Forbes 30 Under 30 and 40 Under 40 lists of the Silicon Valley Business Journal. Ting was recognized by Law.com as one of 18 Millennials Changing the Face of Legal Technology. Since founding the company in the Harvard Innovation Lab with other HLS classmates and an MIT graduate student in 2016, he has raised more than $ 55 million in venture capital funding from investors in leading companies such as General Atlantic, Microsoft and Village Global.

Memme Onwudiwe is Executive Vice President of Legal and Business Intelligence at Evisort. He founded and chaired the Harvard Legal Technology Symposium and serves on the Advisory Board of the Innovation Law Club Africa. Onwudiwe has researched issues related to legal AI, space technologies and innovation on the African continent and is a frequent writer and speaker on these topics.

Ting remarked, “Memme and I are extremely happy to return to Harvard Law School as lecturers to teach this reading group in the spring of 2022. The course is the culmination of our experience in building a startup of successful legal technology, and also advances our advocacy for the law. students and lawyers to find rewarding career paths that include technology and legal operations and alternative legal services. Evvisor’s AI technology is changing the way transactional law is practiced and we see ourselves as an agent of change by providing creative business opportunities for lawyers. ”

About Evisor

Founded in 2016 by Harvard Law and MIT alumni, Evisor is the leading provider of contract management and AI technologies for legal, purchasing, sales, finance and IT teams. Evvisor’s Contract Intelligence platform delivers rapid return on investment in 30 days by centralizing contracts without migration, using AI to track and search metadata and provisions without manual data entry, and empowering teams to draft, redefine, approve, sign, report and renew contracts. Evisort is headquartered in Silicon Valley and is backed by leading strategic and institutional investors including General Atlantic, Vertex Ventures, M12 (Microsoft’s venture capital fund), Amity Ventures, Village Global and Serra Ventures. Learn more by visiting the website and following @Evisort on LinkedIn, Twitter, and Facebook. Evisort is hosting The Future of Contracting, a free virtual conference on November 9, 2021.


Nancy I. Romero

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