How it works
Each year, LawTech Hub invites individuals, teams or businesses who have bright ideas for the future of law to participate in a highly focused program that provides founders with the tools, frameworks and support to achieve success, while avoiding common traps. Learn more about the programs below.
Unlike other programs, founders retain all IP to their business or solution, and LawTech Hub does not own an equity stake in the business. In addition, programs offer support including physical office space for collaboration, work and meetings; access to mentors and other legaltech entrepreneurs and residents; office facilities including desk space, high-speed internet and more.
This year, we're running two programs. Read more below.
Meet the brief
When you participate in this program you will work towards developing solutions to real business problems.
Intake: the program will commence in April-May and will run for between six and 12 months, depending on the unique requirements of each challenge, solution and team.
Time commitment: the flexible program is designed to maximise the time you spend on developing, refining and testing your solution, with several phases to support your progress. Learn more about the program structure below.
This program is specifically designed to support innovation from Indigenous founders, or start-ups that support Indigenous communities or business.
Intake: this flexible program is open all year round. Speak to a program coordinator for more information.
The flexibly structured program provides the guidance, tools and resources you require to design, test and scale your business tool, product or solution.
Learn more about the program from LawTech Hub founders and meet your team of mentors and advisors from Lander & Rogers and YBF Ventures, as well as other program residents.
Define the key objectives and scope of your project with the help of program leaders during a structured workshop. During the session, you will develop your project wish list and map out your success factors - that is, the steps to help you succeed.
During this phase of the program, you will work with the client sponsors to explore and validate your business challenge, define and map the user journey, and further refine the scope of works. You will also assess and define product capabilities.
Learn how to run a successful business with guidance and tips from mentors, clients and leaders of industry. Topics including:
- Navigating IP for startups
- Sales for startups
- How to Market Big with a Small Budget Investor Pitch 101
- Accountancy: startup to exit
- Cyber insurance overview
- Legal topics for emerging companies
Build and configure your proof of concept in fortnightly design sprints, with structured and iterative feedback from mentors and key stakeholders to assist in finetuning your solution.
Showcase your product and network with program mentors, advisors, peers and potential investors and customers.