Gary Sangha

Gary Sangha

Gurinder “Gary” Sangha is a serial entrepreneur, attorney and academic who is at the forefront of incorporating modern technology into the legal services sector. He is the founder and CEO of Lit IQ, which uses advances in computational linguistics technology to help lawyers draft precise and error-free legal documents, such as patents, contracts and regulations. Sangha is also the founder and former CEO of Intelligize, the leading provider of analytics solutions for mining data and insights from SEC filings, M&A contracts, and corporate governance documents. Intelligize was acquired by LexisNexis. He is also a Fellow at CodeX, The Stanford Center for Legal Informatics. Prior to founding Intelligize, Sangha practiced securities law at the Hong Kong office of White & Case LLP, concentrating on international debt transactions. He also worked as a capital markets attorney for Shearman & Sterling LLP in New York City, focusing on initial public offerings. Sangha has also consulted for Wolters Kluwer Law & Business. He speaks frequently and is quoted widely on entrepreneurship, product development, legal innovation and enterprise sales. He has been featured in numerous media outlets, including The Wall Street Journal, Barron’s and various industry blogs. Crain’s New York named Gary to its 2016 “40 under 40” class. Gary earned his J.D. at the University of Pennsylvania Law School. He received his B.A. in Economics and Commerce from the University of Toronto, graduating with high distinction. He is a member in good standing with the New York State Bar Association.

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Guest Appearances
November 4, 2016

Fails and Sales: Lessons in Legal Entrepreneur from Gary Sangha

Monica Bay and Adam Camras talk with lecturer/entrepreneur Gary Sangha on his keynote speech at the Above the Law Academy for Private Practice conference.

October 6, 2016

The Growth of Legal Tech Entrepreneurship

The upcoming Above the Law Academy for Private Practice Conference, legal tech entrepreneurship, and how law firms can leverage new tech better.