Lexoo led on all three metrics - originality, leadership and impact.
For the third year running, Lexoo's in the Startups 100
‘Lawtech’ sifts and summarises data with speed and precision to replace routine tasks
Daniel discusses the lack of transparency in the legal market and how this can be fixed.
Daniel provides some legal tips about how to run a paperless office.
Article in the Dutch Financial Times about how Lexoo ensures Lawyer's rates are lower and clearer.
51 places higher than last year.
Daniel van Binsbergen was listed as the Independent's Small Business Person of the Week for the second week of January 2016
Lexoo listed as one of the top four digital disruptors to the legal service market
An article about legal innovation over the coming 10 years
Article about why Daniel left his legal career, and how he started Lexoo
Commentary on Lexoo's latest funding round
Legal start-up secured funding from Forward Partners alongside Just Giving chairman, the founder of Vouchercodes, and Lean Investments' Tim Jackson
How Lexoo is shaking up the legal world
Interview with Daniel about how Lexoo is disrupting law.
Interview with Daniel about how he made the jump from a corporate job to running a startup.
Daniel discusses his transition from being a lawyer to being a startup entrepreneur.
Our CEO Daniel is asked his thoughts about the Communications Data Bill.
Jumping into the list at #97.
The legal profession is largely adopting mobile technology, but security problems remain for lawyers on the move and who use their own device.
How to find the optimal attorney for your business need.
Commentary on Lexoo's funding round in January 2015.
Lexoo raises a round of seed funding with Forward Partners.
Today, Daniel Van Binsbergen, CEO of London based startup ‘Lexoo’ and former London City lawyer, launches a definitive index in response to what he believes is an endemic culture of over inflated pricing within the UK legal industry.
Lexoo, the legal tech start-up matching UK SMEs and entrepreneurs with handpicked lawyers, has raised a further $1.3 million in funding, taking total funding to over $1.7 million.