UniCourt Recognized by Asia Law Portal as Legal Tech Company to Follow in 2023
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Legal innovation is happening on a global scale with new advances in legal technology and uses of data directly shaping the future of the legal industry and the way law firms deliver legal services to their clients.
While a great deal of the legal tech conversation is focused on progress in the U.S. and U.K. markets, the growth of Asia-Pacific region legal technology innovation continues to charge forward in 2023.
We’re thrilled to share that UniCourt has been once again featured by Asia Law Portal. Last year, UniCourt’s CTO and Co-Founder, Prashanth Shenoy was highlighted in the 30 People to Watch in the Business of Law in Asia, and this year, UniCourt, as a company, was spotlighted as one of the 55 Legal Tech Companies in Asia to Follow in 2023.
Why UniCourt was Recognized by Asia Law Portal
As a global legal tech company with presence in the U.S., India, and now Australia with the addition of our terrific VP of Marketing, Simone Spencer, UniCourt is a leading legal industry innovator and the original Legal Data as a Service (LDaaS) company.
Though there are many reasons as to why UniCourt was recognized by Asia Law Portal as a legal tech company to follow in 2023, one of the core reasons is our ongoing mission to make legal data more organized, accessible, and useful.
As our CEO and Co-Founder, Josh Blandi, recently shared in an interview with Bob Ambrogi of LawSites, UniCourt envisions “an open ecosystem that allows everybody to come in and plug into [our] data sets, pull them out, and be able to use them in innovative ways, whether it’s internally, or whether they want to build products and services.”
We’re also thrilled to have this recognition come at a time when we’ve recently released the next generation of our legal data API with the official launch of the UniCourt Enterprise API.
UniCourt’s API-first approach to Legal Data as a Service, combined with our comprehensive state and federal court coverage, and our best-in-class entity normalization have positioned us as the gold standard in legal data.
The UniCourt Enterprise API enables rapid data integrations, empowering our clients to weave together trusted external and internal data sources for better business development, litigation strategy, and docket management, further making UniCourt a growing legal tech company to follow in 2023.
55 Legal Tech Companies in Asia to Follow in 2023
This year’s list of legal tech companies in Asia to follow includes an incredibly diverse range of technology solutions, alternative legal services providers, and platforms for increasing access to legal services across the Asia-Pacific region.
Asia Law Portal’s list of impressive legal tech providers also spans several countries, with representation from Australia, Bangladesh, Brunei, China, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Japan, Malaysia, Mongolia, New Zealand, Philippines, Singapore, and Thailand.
Here are the legal tech companies recognized by Asia Law Portal.
- Asia Law Network, Singapore: “Connects customers to quality lawyers and provides lawyers with a platform to reinvent their business.”
- Belaws, Thailand, “Utilizes digital technologies to optimize the client-lawyer relationship.
- Bengo4.com, Japan, connects Japanese lawyers with legal consumers.
- Chambers Lab, Malaysia, “Helps lawyers improve their practices with intelligent use of technology and global human resources.”
- Checkbox, Australia, “No code platform making digital transformation accessible for the legal industry.
- CodeLex, Mongolia and Singapore, “Streamlines and adds value to the practice of law and delivery of legal services.”
- DocPro, Hong Kong, “Combines legal documentation services with cutting edge technology.”
- docQbot, China, “Provides a suite of bilingual automated contract drafting and review tools as well as other systematized solutions for various categories of legal operations.”
- D2 Legal Technology, Hong Kong, “Advisor to institutions on process, data and the use of technology to unlock business value through legal change.”
- EasyLaw, Malaysia, “Helps make Malaysia business and legal transactions simpler and easier.”
- Eye Z Legal, India, “Unites lawyers, citizens and key decision makers to advance access to justice — while making law better in India via a robust, sustainable legal ecosystem.”
- HONE, New Zealand, “Interactive online commercial/legal document training.”
- INTELLLEX , Singapore, “Helps law firms create intuitive knowledge platforms.
- KontrakHukum, Indonesia, “Helps small-to-medium sized enterprises with business-focused legal services.”
- Law Asia 365, Kuala Lumpur, “Knowledge Management (KM) and law firm management consultancy.”
- Lawcadia, Australia, “New way to find, engage and manage law firms that promotes accurate, transparent pricing and accountability without compromising service or quality.”
- LawCPD, Australia, “Provides online CPD to lawyers in on any device.”
- Law Guide Singapore, Singapore, “Provides consumers with easier access to basic law-related information which helps them make better decisions.”
- Law Ninjas, Australia, “Platform and community for thousands of lawyers and law students around the world to build relationships and learn how to be a successful lawyer.”
- Lawpath, Australia-based, “Provides online, on-demand legal help for small businesses.”
- LawRato.com, India, “Provides an interactive online platform to quickly find and hire lawyers in any city or court in India.”
- LegalComet, Singapore, “AI-driven legal tech startup acquired by Rajah & Tann Technologies in 2018.”
- LegalForce, Japan, “AI-enabled Contract Management Suite allowing companies to manage and unlock the information in their contracts.”
- LegalKart, India, “Uses AI to connect qualified clients to lawyers — thereby helping lawyers build and grow their practices.”
- Legal Tree, Philippines, “Makes legal services simple and affordable.”
- LegalVision, Australia, “Provides Australian businesses with cost-effective and high-quality legal services through an innovative tech-enabled model.”
- LegalX, Bangladesh, “Make legal services in Bangladesh less expensive and more accessible — while also increasing legal literacy.”
- Legally Yours, Australia, “Utilizes the internet and fixed-fee pricing to reach and optimally serve clients across all areas of law by brokering services between lawyers and legal consumers.”
- Legistify, India, “Helps users create complex agreements with relative ease.”
- lexar.id, Indonesia, “Simplifies legal administration processes to help clients obtain legal documentation simply.”
- Lex Intell, Bangladesh, “AI-powered online legal database and research platform including case laws, statutes, codes, gazettes, international resources, and more.”
- LexisNexis, Malaysia, “Enables professionals in legal, corporate, government and non-profit organizations to improve decision-making and achieve better business outcomes.”
- LexMeet, Philippines, “On-demand online legal solutions platform.”
- LexpertEase, Nepal, “Provides various legal solution in a simple, transparent and cost effective manner through a network of our verified lawyers.”
- Lexub, Mongolia “Lawyer-to-lawyer document marketplace that seeks to help lawyers generate revenue, leads and profile through licensing of documents to other lawyers, while also expanding lawyers’ direct access to precedents and example documents.”
- Ligalis, Malaysia, “Cloud legal practice management software startup.”
- Memori, Brunei, “Helps customers engage certified professionals to write their wills.”
- MikeLegal, India, “Builds AI based software to automate various legal processes.”
- MNTSQ Ltd, Japan, “Provides law firms with legal due diligence efficiency services.”
- MyLawman, India, “E-learning platform for law students, legal professionals and legal academia.”
- MWKA Technologies, Singapore, “Technology research and development arm of Malaysian law firm MahWengKwai & Associates.”
- PegLeg Legal, Thailand, “Provides subscription-based access to legal services for expatriates.”
- Presolv360, India, “Online alternative to traditional dispute resolution systems.”
- PracticeLeague Legaltech Pvt. Ltd, India, “offers a suite of comprehensive solutions allowing legal depts and law firms to streamline workflows, facilitate collaboration and automate processes with platform-based solutions.”
- Privy, Indonesia, “Network processor for universal identity and legally binding digital signatures in Indonesia.”
- Provakil, India, “Offers next-generation tools for digital contracting, litigation, intellectual property, and compliance management.”
- Remote Lawyer, India, “Provides commercial contract drafting, startup advisory, legal content creation and knowledge management services virtually.”
- SeedLegals, Hong Kong and Singapore, “Provides automated legal support for startups and small businesses.”
- Singapore Legal Advice, Singapore, “Connects individuals and small businesses to lawyers and legal information.”
- Sprintlaw, Australia, – “Provides cost effective and efficient legal services to small businesses and startups.”
- UniCourt, India, “Provides consumers and businesses in need of structured and normalized court case information via an app and legal-data-as-a-service.”
- Wolters Kluwer, Hong Kong, “Professional information, software solutions, and services for clinicians, accountants, lawyers, and tax, finance, audit, risk, compliance, and regulatory sectors.”
- Wusong Technology, China, “Enables lawyers in professional knowledge, capabilities, branding and business partnerships.”
- UQEEL, Bangladesh, “Helps users find expert legal advice in three easy steps.”
- Zegal, Hong Kong, “Streamlines contract creation, taxes, shares, HR policies, and more.”
Learn More About Leveraging Legal Data as a Service
UniCourt is honored to be recognized by Asia Law Portal as one of the 55 legal tech companies to watch in 2023.
Contact Us to learn more about how your firm can take advantage of Legal Data as a Service for business development, litigation strategy, and docket management.