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Law On Earth

Law On Earth is an edtech telelaw platform which teaches the public how to self-act in their own legal issues, which reduces anxiety and can save up to 90% less cost and time. In a nutshell, the system replicates the full client lawyer interaction but provides far greater transparency around pricing and legal advice given, is more secure than emails back and forward from a lawyer and gives everyone including those living in remote and regional areas, and those with limited financial means, access to quality legal help 24/7. Equality for all created from robolaw in a safe, recorded and secure environment to create immediate relief from the stress and anxiety around legal issues.

The platform is only dedicated tele-law platform available in the marketplace and this allows individuals, businesses and corporates to engage with lawyers in a regulated and recorded environment to immediately access live legal advice at any time of day or night, 7 days a week. It is also the only probono platform in the world that is fully digital, being the easy and safe conduit between the public and the law firms, engaging university students to provide the grunt work for accepted cases for free while they gain a subject credit towards their law degree. A win-win for students, lawyers and the end user. Because the user is provider with such detailed and practical education and next steps, and also the tools to complete most of the work required, they only need a lawyer to do around 10-20% of the amount of work, therefore drastically reducing the cost but also empowering the user to feel in control of their work and be able to speed up the time it takes to respond on legal issues.

Target Market
Community legal practice
In-house legal department
Large law firm
Legal educator
Medium Law Firm
Small Law Firm
Sole Practitioner
Type of Legal Tech
Access to Justice
Document automation
Legal Practice
Business & Commerical Law
Intellectual Property
Leasing Law
Not-for-profit & Charity Law
Property Law
Restructuring and Insolvency
Technology and the Law
Wills & Estates (Succession)