Odunayo Adesokan and Samuel Olabamiji launched LawStrive on May 8, 2017. The platform has a number of registered Lawyers in various fields. Some of their specialisations include tax, patent, litigation, human right, corporate law, and employment matters to mention few.
LawStrive was founded to provide opportunities for citizens to access education on legal related matters. Hence, users are connected to verified lawyers who can answer their questions and resolve your legal issues.
We believe citizens are not adequately educated about legal issues so we built a single platform where they can get answers to any legal related question within hours on LawStrive Advise.Advertisement
The platform has a special feature called LawStrive Spotlight. This is a medium through which discussions on various critical and current legal events are made. To buttress this, Odunayo said, “We are passionate about civic education, that’s why we have built the Q& A platform and we are on-boarding qualified lawyers who are up to the task.”
The founder highlights Diy.law.ng as an “Indirect Competition”. Perhaps this, according to the founder, is because LawStrive operates as a community bringing users and lawyers together and not a company offering legal services.
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