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A legal tech platform helping businesses start, raise and grow - fast
Founded by serial entrepreneur Anthony Rose and serial angel investor Laurent Laffy, SeedLegals was created to help startups successfully raise funds and scale fast in the UK. As UK’s number 1 largest closer of funding rounds, SeedLegals has completely transformed the way companies raise investment and incentivise their team members.  A simple and easy to use platform, it helps founders and investors create, negotiate and sign all the reqiured legal documents to complete a succesful funding round.  To learn more head to https://seedlegals.com
24 July 2021 by Karen Finch

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World's First Robot Lawyer
Founded by British-American entrepreneur Joshua Browder in 2015, DoNotPay.com is an app that uses Aritifical Intelligence (AI) to assist users to fight a range of social justice and legal issues, from immigration and homelessness through to consumer protection and fighting small claims.  Originally created as a chatbot that helped people contest parking tickets, DoNotPay's latest service offering  includes a free trial card feature which provides a virtual credit card number that declines ongoing payments after a user signs up for a free trial period. To learn more about this super smart legaltech, head to https://donotpay.com
12 July 2021 by Karen Finch

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Smart Buying Ways for a Drawing Tablet
We live in a graphic world where drawing has become an artist’s bar! True, this is more obvious than before: every building, transportation, movies and so on are first drawn on paper and then done in the same way on a tablet to share them further. In this innovative era, paper has been replaced by the image of tablets. Read More- https://www.shvong.com/smart-buying-ways-for-a-drawing-tablet/
5 July 2021 by Pankaj Sharma
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Crowdfunding for Access to Social Justice
CrowdJustice is a UK founded platform that assists individuals and organisations to crowdfund for the costs of legal matters, including environmental, immigration and criminal justice. Founded in 2015 by Julia Salasky (a former UN Lawyer) to help solve the inaccessibility to social justice many UK citizens face, users set up either a public or private fundraising page and nominate a fundraising amount required for them to take legal action. Once launched, and fundraising targets reached, the funds are donated directly to the user’s nominated lawyer. To find out more, head to https://crowdjustice.com
29 June 2021 by Karen Finch

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How to Separate Without the Huge Legal Costs
Founded by Tracey McMillan from Forge Legal, No Lawyers helps separating couples negotiate parenting arrangements and divide their assets without lawyers!  Through its' easy to use, step by step platform, people can create free parenting schedules, create division of assets statements, access helpful and informative resources about the family law process (all written in plain English), and (for a small fee) generate court-ready documents, resulting in everyday people being able to legally separate without the huge legal costs typically involved in the family separation process and all without the need for lawyers!  To learn more, head to https://nolawyers.com.au
21 June 2021 by Karen Finch

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A free legal self-help tool helping Victorian Renters
Covid lockdowns have placed a massive strain on people’s financial circumstances, and in some cases, their ability to pay their rent.  Created as part of Justice Connect’s Homeless Law program, Dear LandLord is a free legal tool specifically designed for Victorian renters to help people in this situation.  Whether you need help writing a letter, information or advice on rental reduction agreements, or assistance on how to avoid being evicted, Dear Landlord is a simple and easy to use tool that helps renters stay in their homes. Head to https://apps.justiceconnect.org.au/dear-landlord/ to learn more 
18 June 2021 by Karen Finch