Last activity: 01.02.2024
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LegalVision is a team of lawyers, technologists, marketing mavericks, strategists and operations gurus who are drawn together by a shared vision of changing the delivery of legal services in Australia.

LegalVision was born in 2012 as an online legal documents business. The founding team brought together legal expertise, tech sensibilities and a passion for growth.

Early adopters loved our user-friendly legal documents, but wanted more from their legal services provider. So we started helping clients find legal support through an online marketplace.

Delivering consistently high-quality services for our clients has always been LegalVision’s top priority – so our next pivot was natural. In 2014, LegalVision established an incorporated legal practice, which enabled us to provide legal services directly to clients, rather than through independent suppliers.

At each stage in our journey, we have grown and evolved by listening – and responding – to the needs of our clients, who range from SMEs to fast-growing startups and large corporates. It’s not in our nature to accept that the existing way of doing things is the best way. We are committed to constantly improving the delivery of legal services, so that we can keep offering our clients legal support that is useful and accessible.

LegalVision is at the forefront of the NewLaw movement and will continue to drive innovation in a rapidly-evolving legal industry.
Website visits
273.6K /mo.
Location: Australia, New South Wales, Sydney
Employees: 51-200
Phone: +61 1300 544 755
Total raised: $4.2M
Founded date: 2012

Investors 2

Funding Rounds 1

07.08.2016Series B$4.2M-

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07.08.2016Law Firm LegalVision Secures $4.2M in Series B FundingLegalVision, a Sidney, Australia-based smart law firm, secured $4.2m in Series B financing. The round was led by Gilbert + Tobin. The company intends to use the funds to expand its tech offering and increase its presence in underserved regi...
04.08.2016LegalVision raises $4.2 million Series B round to expand offering around Australia and explore machine learningSydney legal startup LegalVision announced today that it has secured $4.2 million in a Series B round to continue its growth in the Australian online legal market. The funding round was led by commercial law firm Gilbert + Tobin, who previo...
04.08.2016Australia Dealbook: Startups Xplor and LegalVision secure fundingPremium Edutech startup Xplor raises $6 million while legal startup LegalVision closes $4.2 million funding. Continue reading this story with a subscription to DealStreetAsia. Subscribe Already a subscriber? Log in Contact us for corporate ...
07.07.2015Lachlan, Evan and Ursula – LegalVisionwebsite twitter facebook Lachlan McKnight is the CEO of LegalVision. He’s an ex corporate lawyer who has practiced in the UK, the Netherlands, Hong Kong and Australia, and has an MBA from INSEAD. Evan Tait-Styles is LegalVision’s CTO. He ta...
03.03.2015Mobile app in the offing as Aussie online legal services startup raises $1.2 million in latest funding roundOnline legal services startup LegalVision has raised $1.2 million in angel investment that will be used to expand its tech offering and step up marketing efforts. Founded in 2012, LegalVision is a predominantly online law firm which uses te...
03.03.2015Sydney startup LegalVision has just closed a $1.2 million Series A round of fundingSydney-based startup LegalVision announced this morning it has just finalised a Series A round of funding to the amount of $1.2 million. This brings the total amount raised by the startup to $1.5 million, with the initial $300,000 funding g...
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