Law and Forensics Publication Company, Lexeprint, Announces its First Partnership
Lexeprint partners with Direct Connections to Africa to fund education and villages in Malawi
February 02, 2021
By Sofia Kriz
On February 1st, 2021, Lexeprint Inc., a publishing company that offers educational services at the intersection of business, law, and technology, announced its partnership with Direct Connections to Africa. Lexeprint offers five classes which, if purchased between February 1 and June 30, 2021, will benefit DCTA.
Direct Connections to Africa is a nonprofit organization that provides villages in Malawi, Africa with the materials they need to thrive in the world and overcome the abject poverty that people are struggling with every day. Among these materials are educational tools and medical aid to those in need. By partnering with DCTA, Lexeprint offers those who purchase a class not only educational benefits but the moral benefits of supporting communities that are subject to abject poverty.
Lexeprint’s partnership with Direct Connections to Africa is the first in a string of partnerships to come, with the hope of raising awareness and funding for systemically marginalized communities. Lexeprint plans to continue donating proceeds from its courses and other resources to nonprofit organizations, in efforts to create better conditions for communities both in the United States and on a global scale.
About Lexeprint Inc.: Lexeprint offers a constantly expanding library of industry-defining expertise in the form of podcasts, webinars, articles, journals, and more. This information is provided by respected and accomplished industry leaders, all of whom stand at the cutting edge of law practice and policy regarding cybersecurity, eDiscovery, and forensics. Lexeprint’s values are geared towards driving the development of diversity in the cybersecurity, technology, and legal industries.