LISA is the world’s first impartial robot lawyer. LISA uses AI technology to enable you to access legal services and create legally binding documents.
It doesn’t matter whether you’re a consumer, an entrepreneur, a start-up, a small or medium-sized enterprise or a large corporation. LISA levels the playing field and allows you or your business to:
- Understand the key legal and commercial principles underlying your legal problems, which need to be considered by you and the receiver.
- Find the middle ground for you and the receiver, while offering guidance to help you move forward without the costly interference of a human lawyer.
- Get your basic legal questions answered, documents drafted and an agreement achieved on terms that are fair and reasonable for both sides.
- Assess whether you fall within the law or outside.
Currently LISA is able to offer Non Disclosure Agreements (NDAs), however further tools will be made available in the coming months.Try lisa for free now
Robot Lawyer LISA aims to make access to basic everyday legal services achievable and affordable for the masses of business people and consumers who have been too reliant on, felt neglected by or felt excluded by human lawyers and law firms.
In the UK, 54% of all SMEs and 33% of consumers do not use a lawyer and ‘muddle through’ un-represented. In the USA the number of businessmen and women who do not use a lawyer and continue on their own reaches 80%. There are a number of reasons why this is the case:
There is too much time involved in liaising with a human lawyer.
Talking to human lawyers can involve a great deal of jargon, which may make the uninitiated feel intimidated.
Human lawyers aren’t available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.
It may be uncomfortable talking with a human lawyer for fear of feeling intellectually inferior.
It can be difficult to travel to meet a human lawyer in person.
You want to do more for yourself.
"It's a nice product. There's a lot of potential to be explored in this area and people are only scratching the surface right now."