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Re-imagining legal services for small business.

Sprintlaw is a new type of law firm for UK small businesses that operates completely online and on a fixed-fee basis. We’re on a mission to make quality legal services faster, simpler and more affordable for small businesses and entrepreneurs.

Our Story

The Question

We believe every success story starts small.

Every day, we see businesses with innovative ideas and great products or services, but all too often, they end up being derailed by the complicated legal landscape.

The idea for Sprintlaw started when we were working as lawyers in a traditional corporate firm, servicing well-established clients. These clients can afford lawyers and are accustomed to getting quality legal advice. But we saw a startling amount of small businesses & startups sitting across the table, who ended up drawing the short straw because they just didn’t have the right legal knowledge.

So why are small businesses so reluctant to see a lawyer?

The Answer

The explanation is simple.

Seeing a lawyer is a headache. They are too expensive, too time consuming and hard to reach, and crucially for the 21st century, they are not online.  That’s where Sprintlaw comes in.

We’re a new type of law firm, made up of tech-savvy, expert lawyers that operate completely online – saving our customers time and money, and providing quality legal services that are more efficient, cost-effective and user friendlyNavigating the legal system is a crucial part of creating a successful business and we believe lawyers exist to make this task easier.

And that’s exactly what we’re here to do.

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Expert lawyers, powered by tech.

We’re seeing the role of a lawyer change. Technology can now take care of many things lawyers have traditionally done and legal information is readily available online. We believe that where lawyers can really make a difference is in doing the things technology can’t do – helping clients navigate all this information and find the right solution to their legal problem.

By empowering our lawyers with our custom-built automation technology that takes care of the easy stuff, we’re able provide a better, more affordable service and ensure that our clients are only paying for work they can’t do themselves.

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Our Team

Alex Solo

Alex is Sprintlaw’s co-founder and principal lawyer. Alex previously worked at a top-tier firm as a lawyer specialising in technology and media contracts, and founded a digital agency which he sold in 2015.


Amelia Abbott
Senior Lawyer

Amelia is a commercial lawyer at Sprintlaw. Amelia previously worked at two national firms and is experienced in advising on major projects, intellectual property, corporate law and technology contracts.


David Duckworth

Dave is the technology lead at Sprintlaw. He has a background in tech operations, ensuring Sprintlaw is powered by the tech needed to serve its clients and ensure its lawyers work efficiently.


Embeth Sadie

Embeth is a lawyer at Sprintlaw. Having previously practised at a commercial litigation firm, Embeth has a deep understanding of commercial law and how to identify the legal needs of businesses.


Lauris de Clifford
Senior Lawyer

Lauris is a commercial lawyer at Sprintlaw. After working at a top-tier law firm, she has worked across NewLaw firms specialising in online businesses, privacy and employment law.


Minna Boyle
Operations Manager

Minna is the operations manager at Sprintlaw. After completing a law degree and working in a top-tier firm, Minna moved to NewLaw and now manages the business operations across Sprintlaw.


Tomoyuki Hachigo

Tomoyuki is Sprintlaw’s co-founder and principal lawyer. He previously worked at a top-tier law firm as a corporate M&A lawyer advising corporates, startups and small businesses.


Vladimir Kravchenko
Senior Lawyer

Vladimir is a commercial lawyer at Sprintlaw. He has experience advising SMEs and startups across a range of industries in commercial contracts and regulatory advice.

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