Launched in March, LawStrive provides a single platform where users can connect with lawyers almost instantly, get answers to questions, and get their jobs done. The startup was formed after co-founders Odunayo Adesokan and Samuel Olabamiji realised the convoluted means by which most Nigerians went about obtaining the services of a lawyer. “You would have to ask someone, and that person will ask another person and then they may finally get a phone number to call. This may take between two and three days, and we thought if we could make people talk to lawyers instantly, yeah, that would be nice. So, we started LawStrive,” Olabamiji said. “We also observed that several people are not sure what the law says about certain situations and they would love to understand the facts, but they don’t have anyone to ask. Now they can.” LawStrive has not received any form of funding as yet, but is open to investment.
Source: Disrupt Africa