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Kiwi Camara: Automating Law Practices

Kiwi Camara is the CEO and co-founder of DISCO, a publicly traded legal tech company providing cloud-native, AI-powered solutions that simplify ediscovery, case management, and legal document review for law firms and enterprises.

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Kiwi Camara is the CEO and co-founder of DISCO, a publicly traded legal tech company that IPOed in 2021. With products and services that apply artificial intelligence (AI) and cloud computing to legal problems to help lawyers and legal teams improve outcomes for their clients, Camara has built a company that creates solutions to modernize the practice of law. Under his leadership, DISCO was recognized as one of the 2019 Deloitte Technology Fast 500 and the 2020 Forbes Cloud 100; Camara was also recognized by The Software Report as one of the Top 50 SaaS CEOs of 2020.

In our conversation with Kiwi, we cover:

  • What is DISCO and how lawyers can use it to automate some of their work
  • Origins of the state law
  • Promising new companies in the legal tech space
  • Two types of legal tech companies
  • Why are law firms adopting solutions like DISCO
  • The story of Atrium
  • What it takes to innovate in the legal space
  • Origin story of DISCO, which was spun off Kiwi’s legal practice in Texas
  • The evolution of document management in law practices
  • Growing DISCO and the first financing round
  • What traits to look for when hiring your first employees
  • What changed in the business because of the IPO
  • Tips for first-time founders

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