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About Paladin

Paladin is a company that focuses on providing pro bono software for the legal industry. The company offers a platform that helps legal teams, law firms, legal services organizations, and bar associations manage their pro bono programs more efficiently by centralizing and streamlining their workflow, connecting them with a network of pro bono organizations, and providing data-driven insights. The company primarily serves the legal industry. It was founded in 2015 and is based in New York, New York.

Headquarters Location

368 Park Avenue Sout 5th Floor

New York, New York, 10016,

United States



ESPs containing Paladin

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Enterprise Tech / Regulatory & Legal Tech

The legal practice & case management software market provides software solutions to streamline and manage legal practices & cases for law firms, legal departments, and other legal professionals. These software platforms offer features such as case search, case tracking, practice management, document management, calendaring, task management, and communication tools. This legal tech market is driven…

Paladin named as Challenger among 12 other companies, including Clio, Smokeball, and Casetext.


Paladin Patents

Paladin has filed 36 patents.

The 3 most popular patent topics include:

  • construction equipment
  • construction equipment manufacturers
  • hydraulics
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Latest Paladin News

3 things to love about ASX uranium shares right now

Feb 14, 2024

This expert reckons uranium shares have further to climb. February 14, 1:47 pm AEDT Image source: Getty Images You’re reading a free article with opinions that may differ from The Motley Fool’s Premium Investing Services. Become a Motley Fool member today to get instant access to our top analyst recommendations, in-depth research, investing resources, and more. Learn More One of the biggest trends in our share market in 2023 was the rise of ASX uranium shares . Thanks to a number of factors, mostly a rocketing uranium price, uranium shares had a cracking year last year. Take popular uranium stock Paladin Energy Ltd ( ASX: PDN ). Paladin shares spent the first half of last year essentially going nowhere. But between June and September, the company rocketed by more than 100%. That trend continued into 2024, with Paladin shares gaining another 42.5% between 1 January and 7 February. The gains were even more pronounced with the Boss Energy Ltd ( ASX: BOE ) share price. The period from March 2023 to February 2024 has seen the Boss Energy share price rise more than 200%. But given the scope of these delightful share price rises, some investors might be thinking that the party is over for ASX uranium shares. Especially considering that Paladin Energy stock has lost more than 8% over the past week alone (Boss is down more than 10%). Well, that's not the view of one ASX expert. David Haddad, portfolio manager at Eiger Capital, recently penned a piece discussing the advantages of uranium-based electricity. It makes for some compelling reading for anyone with an interest in ASX uranium shares. Expert gives three reasons why ASX uranium shares are still a buy Haddad starts off by listing several advantages that nuclear power has, in his opinion, over other renewable energy sources: Besides being a low-carbon source of power, it offers several other advantages over most other renewables: long life; high reliability/efficiency; competitive life-time cost; less intensive use of raw materials; and lower physical footprint. He goes on to list three reasons why Eiger Capital sees nuclear energy as an important player in the energy needs of the future. Firstly, Haddad argues that nuclear reactors are relatively small, as "a 1GW nuclear power plant covers approximately 3.5 [square kilometres] while a coal plant of the same size is almost twice that". Next, the Eiger Capital report notes that "the mining of uranium does not take much space relative to the output of a nuclear power plant". He estimates that a 1-gigawatt coal-fired power plant would burn 2.5 million tonnes of bituminous coal every year, or 6.5 million tonnes of brown coal. Haddad argues that a nuclear power plant of the same size would use just 27 tonnes per annum of uranium. Thirdly, Haddad posits that nuclear power plants are highly efficient compared to other power sources, with "plant availability of more than 90% over long life spans". As a result of this research, Eiger Captial concludes with this: We continue to believe that nuclear energy will play an increasingly important role in providing the world with clean power and maintain significant positions in near-term uranium producers, Boss Energy and Paladin Energy. No doubt fans of ASX uranium shares like Boss And Paladin will appreciate these insights. Let's see how they all play out this year and beyond. Motley Fool contributor Sebastian Bowen has no position in any of the stocks mentioned. The Motley Fool Australia's parent company Motley Fool Holdings Inc. has no position in any of the stocks mentioned. The Motley Fool Australia has no position in any of the stocks mentioned. The Motley Fool has a disclosure policy . This article contains general investment advice only (under AFSL 400691). Authorised by Scott Phillips. More on Energy Shares

Paladin Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • When was Paladin founded?

    Paladin was founded in 2015.

  • Where is Paladin's headquarters?

    Paladin's headquarters is located at 368 Park Avenue Sout, New York.

  • What is Paladin's latest funding round?

    Paladin's latest funding round is Series A.

  • How much did Paladin raise?

    Paladin raised a total of $11.87M.

  • Who are the investors of Paladin?

    Investors of Paladin include Mark Cuban, Hyde Park Venture Partners, VamosVentures, World Within, American Family Institute and 16 more.

  • Who are Paladin's competitors?

    Competitors of Paladin include Clio and 4 more.


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