3rd of August, 2020
New LawTech Hub Residency
Legal Tech Helper is proud to be a new resident in the Lander & Rogers’ LawTech Hub powered by YBF Ventures.
The LawTech Hub was first launched in May 2019 as a collaborative environment bringing together start-ups and scale ups in the legal technology and innovation ecosystem.
Legal Tech Helper is one of nine residents in this third cohort developing legal technology to drive digital transformation in the way legal services are delivered.
“Joining the hub and having support from Lander & Rogers and YBF Ventures comes at an important time for us,” said Co-Founder Samantha Lovrich. “Our goal is to get our minimum viable product into beta testing and commercialise our business in the next six months. We’re strong believers in collaboration and look forward to learning from Lander & Rogers, YBF, the hub mentors and the other legal tech start-ups and scale ups in the program.”
28th of May, 2020
Legal Tech Helper is a Pitch Competition finalist in the 2020 ALTA - Australian Legal Technology Association Conference!
Please the ALTACON site for more details.
Legal information is fragmented across different websites and is often text-heavy and legalistic. Our aim is to help ordinary people find relevant legal information and understand the practical steps involved in solving their problem.
We are currently seeking to partner with not for profit organisations, community legal centres and government agencies to re‑imagine the way online legal information is presented.
Our initial focus is improving women’s access to justice, in areas such as family, property, finance and housing.
- Together with our partners, design solutions that put customers first.
- Put accessibility front and center in everything we do. (Accessible for people with disabilities as well as being accessible for people who are culturally and linguistically diverse and have different socioeconomic backgrounds.)
- Provide a workplace framework that facilitates strong teamwork, support and collaboration.
Using design-thinking principles and agile methodology build great software that
- is web-based, responsive, accessible, secure and respects privacy,
- uses free, as in freedom, and open source software (FOSS) - which means it is maintainable and gives back to the community.