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Stanford Law School 3Ls Win BASES Business Plan Competition for Legal Search Platform

Stanford Law School students Daniel Lewis and Nik Reed

Stanford Law School Students Daniel Lewis and Nik Reed

Stanford Law School third year students Daniel Lewis and Nik Reed won second place and a $10,000 prize in the Business Association of Stanford Entrepreneurial Students (BASES) business plan competition out of more than 150 original submissions. Their online legal search product uses visualization technology to serve up results that reveal the most important cases, the connections between cases, and the evolution of legal principles over time–offering a new dimension in legal search and legal informatics. They are continuing to develop their business and hope to be launching soon.

The Business Association of Stanford Entrepreneurial Students (BASES) is at the heart of student entrepreneurship at Stanford and one of the largest and oldest student-run entrepreneurship organizations. Its mission is to promote entrepreneurship education at Stanford University and to empower the next generation of entrepreneurs.

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