NewLaw firm launches in-house solution

By Jerome Doraisamy|10 September 2019
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sprintlaw is expanding its online legal services with the introduction of a “cost-effective solution” for in-house teams and corporate interests.

Sprintlaw Counsel is the newest offering from NewLaw firm sprintlaw, which the firm says is “designed to provide a cost-effective solution for in-house legal teams, law firms and corporate businesses for ‘business as usual’ legal work such as contract reviews, contract drafting and corporate advice”.

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Speaking about the offering, sprintlaw co-founder Alex Solo said: “Over the last couple of years we’ve seen the value that online, fixed fee legal packages can provide for businesses in giving them access to convenient and simple legal services.”

“With our backgrounds, working in one of the top-tier law firms, we know that there are many aspects of legal work that are straightforward, but time consuming. Sprintlaw Counsel enables firms and corporations to outsource these ‘business as usual’ tasks and free up time for legal counsel to work on more complex areas,” he said.

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It will use the firm’s own Sprintyard technology, as well as over 100 custom-built intelligent bots to automate tasks and data analytics to track progress in real time against key metrics, the firm said in a statement.

“Our combined tech and expert lawyer model is proven in the small business space and we’re confident that corporates will find Sprintlaw Counsel is a seamless and complementary extension of their businesses,” Mr Solo said.

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