We are convinced that the legal profession will see profound changes in the upcoming years. Therefore, we explore, design and operate new ways for clients and attorneys to engage in legal service transactions.
Our key portfolio projects drive the digitalization of legal services.
Rechtsanwalt24 operates in Germany and connects clients with expert attorneys who provide free first advice within 24 hours.
VISABUERO operates globally and connects clients with expert European visa attorneys who provide free first advice within 24 hours.
ADVOFLEET is an e-commerce platform for a law firm operating in Germany that offers expert legal services for competitive fees.
HOW WE BUILD
We allocate all elements for digital legal marketplaces to gain traction.
First, we ascertain what area of the legal practice we want to digitalize, what revenue model we will use, what costs will be incurred, and how these costs will be off-set.
Second, we connect with lawyers who provide us with infos on the legal practice area, set up an initial team of attorneys, and develop a landing page for clients to use.
Third, we set up marketing channels and campaigns, issue best practice guidelines to our cooperating attorneys, optimize customer satisfaction, and scale.
Our team is passionate about legal services & tech.
Robert oversees management and liaises with partners and investors. He is a capital markets lawyer at White & Case LLP, qualified in England and Germany. Previously, Robert worked in the Frankfurt and London offices of Clifford Chance LLP and Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer LLP. He holds master-level degrees in law, financial management, and philosophy.
Daria NachamaManaging Director
Daria is responsible for day-to-day operations and manages our project teams. Previously, she worked at Factory Berlin and was executive assistant to senior management at Dräger Medical ANSY, where she was involved in various project management tasks. Daria studied architecture and completed an apprenticeship as an industrial manager.
Reach out if you want to be part of the future of law.