dealcloser partners with Michigan State University College of Law
By: dealcloser inc.
EAST LANSING, Mich. - Oct. 16, 2019 - PRLog -- dealcloser, a transaction management platform for legal professionals that modernizes the deal process and strengthens relationships between lawyers and clients, announced its new partnership with the Center for Law, Technology & Innovation at Michigan State University College of Law.
dealcloser provides a collaboration hub for lawyers, their clients, and other parties relevant to a transaction, strengthening the lawyer-client relationship during transactions (including M&A deals, incorporations, and tax-driven reorganizations)
"We're very excited to bring dealcloser to MSU. MSU Law students will transition into practice with experience using technology that corporate lawyers use daily to do their work," says Amir Reshef, CEO of dealcloser.
This partnership allows law students to gain exposure and familiarization with real tools used by lawyers in day to day practice. Students' familiarization with dealcloser prior to completing law school and transitioning into the workforce will benefit law firms by providing them with junior lawyers already experienced in using legal technology solutions.
According to Professor Carla Reyes, Assistant Professor of Law and Director of the Center for Law, Technology & Innovation: "MSU recognizes both the importance of innovation in the legal industry and the importance of preparing students for future practice. As such, MSU invests in partnerships with legal technology companies such as dealcloser in order to bring those innovations directly to our students."
dealcloser was founded in Edmonton, Canada in 2017, by Amir Reshef and Mike O'Connor. dealcloser is a transaction management platform for legal professionals that brings lawyers and their clients together on a deal, transforming and modernizing the deal process. Client relationships are at the core of any law firm and even small transactions require significant client interaction. Whether you have one or many deals on the go, use dealcloser to ensure that each client feels like they're your top priority.
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About Michigan State University College of Law
Michigan State University College of Law was first established in 1891 as the Detroit College of Law, and affiliated with Michigan State University in 1995. MSU Law is currently in the process of full integration with Michigan State University. The institution provides the benefits of a small college alongside the distinction, resources, and credentials of a large and prestigious university. Through the Center for Law, Technology & Innovation, MSU College of Law seeks to empower T-Shaped lawyers well-versed in modern approaches to legal practice, including familiarity with the latest legal technology, opportunities to work with early stage entrepreneurs, and research initiatives aimed at developing useful practice and pro bono tools.
For more information on Michigan State University College of Law and the Center for Law, Technology & Innovation, please contact:
Assistant Professor of Law and Director of the Center for Law, Technology & Innovation