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Ignition Law featured as a ‘top 10 disruptor’ in The Times Raconteur Legal Innovation Report 2017

Alex McPherson

Ignition Law is delighted to have been featured in The Times Raconteur Legal Innovation Report 2017 as a top ten start-up transforming the legal services sector.

The Legal Innovation special report, published in The Times, reveals how law firms are under increased pressure to keep up with the latest tech innovations. The report tracks the strategic use of artificial intelligence within legal services, the rise of the online courtroom and asks are we about to see more UK-US mergers?

They’re poised to take the legal sector by storm

From next-generation law firms to chatbots and tech-powered legal advice, here are ten startups transforming legal services by Joanna Goodman

Ignition Law

This outfit supports startup and scale-up businesses. “We are part of the entrepreneurial community as well as lawyers,” says founder Alex McPherson. Ignition Law uses technology to provide real-time cost transparency and remote advice at fixed fees. The London team is supported by specialists who work from entrepreneurial hubs across the world. It has a joint venture with alternative business structure gunnercooke and an arrangement with an accountancy firm to provide an holistic value proposition for entrepreneurs.

This report was originally published here.

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