After working as a business lawyer for almost a decade in some of Norway's top tier law firms, Merete Nygaard was getting increasingly frustrated by the inadequate way legal knowledge was shared between lawyers and their clients, as well as between lawyers themselves. She always thought that not only the lawyers, but also the users of law, should be empowered to understand the implications of the legal decisions they were making everyday in their businesses.
Nygaard wanted to do something to change this and left her job in 2016 to figure out how technology could help close this gap. She founded Lawbotics in 2017, at quickly got co-founder and CTO Alexander Schwantes on board for the journey.
Lawbotics’ ultimate goal is to make legal work easier for businesses and the people working in them all over the world, and is today enabling legal certainty for all through the Lexolve Self-Service platforms and Lexolve Market