The founders of law firm Sprintlaw came to the conclusion that legal services for startups and small businesses were too expensive, too time-consuming and too offline.

Sprintlaw has been recognised with awards and extensive media coverage.

The three year old firm was founded by Alex Solo and Tomoyuki Hachigo. 

Sprintlaw is now looking to raise $2 million to develop new technology that will make it easier for companies to outsource their ‘business as usual’ legal services needs. The new technology-based service is called Sprintlaw Counsel. The funds will also be used to continue the firm’s expansion. 


Lucy Dickens recently interviewed Alex Solo. Click the image below to be sent to the podcast webpage.


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