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POCKETLAWYERS: Integrative legaltech startup launches on October 1

Africa’s first fully integrative legal tech startup, POCKETLAWYERS is launching on October 1, 2023. It is positioning itself as one of the biggest innovations in legal technology offering access to affordable premium legal services and solutions to SMEs and startups.

PocketLawyers will ensure legal and financial inclusion by simplifying legal services and solutions to the problems entrepreneurs face every day on their journey. The need for legal documentation in everyday life and business cannot be overemphasized.

Since 2020, the company has been bridging the legal gap and fostering seamless business transactions in Nigeria and across Africa. Having technology plugged into the very innards of its operations debuting on October 1 means its services will be location-agnostic and it will reach a critical mass.

Ngozi Nwabueze, Founder & CEO of PocketLawyers was called to the Nigerian Bar over a decade ago and has cognate experience in commercial law practice spanning the same length of time. She reiterates in an interview that her company “is strongly committed to promoting inclusion, breaking legal barriers, and changing the age-old legal narrative. She also said, “we are about dispelling the notion that Lawyers are inaccessible and legal services are out of the financial reach of the average business owner.”

The company’s objectives are in key fulfillment of goal eight of the global goal for sustainable development to make sure everybody gets the benefit of entrepreneurship and innovation and goal sixteen access to justice and legal representation.

Together with its team of energetic, forward-thinking, and young professionals, PocketLawyers is building a roadmap to the future of how legal services should be offered and it is fixated on delivering on this promise. The company aims to deliver value by staying abreast with current and all developing technologies so as to be a distinguished industry contributor.


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