Legal Awards 2022

10 | Legal Awards 2022 Changing the landscape of the UK law industry would be a monumental and incredibly difficult task. However, a small team of passionate and highly-skilled British entrepreneurs are working to do just that. ~ A question of legal ® aims to provide an affordable and accessible solution for legal advice, especially in the wake of the legal aid cuts and resulting advice deserts, based upon a pay-as-you-go system. offers a new take on legal advice. Once it comes to fruition, it hopes to offer the world’s first digital, pay-as-you-go, legal advice service, that will provide on-demand advice across the eight key areas of UK law – employment law, property law, family law (including wills), contract law, motoring law, criminal law, personal injury law, and business law. There are plans to expand upon this range in the future. However, as of yet, the company is gearing up towards opening its crowdfunding campaign which will start on the 5th September 2023 - UN International Day of Charity. The plan is to create a platform that operates seamlessly across high grade, end-to-end encrypted internet portals and free mobile/ tablet applications suitable for both Apple and Android products. Information and advice will be available immediately – 24 hours a day, seven days a week – at a cost of £0.60ppm. Moreover, is unlike any other service, as there will be no tie-in or minimum spend, meaning that the customer will be able to choose exactly how much advice they need. In addition, the company plans to supply numerous free legal guides in each practice area, which will be complimented with regular pro-bono online advice clinics. Of course, such an innovative idea requires a strong backing and an in-depth plan covering how to get to the result. displays its methods on its website, covering each aspect of how it plans to achieve this – it lists five bullet points that detail each step. For example, the company already holds the Quegal trademark Most Innovative Online Legal Services Provider 2022 in the UK, together with the relevant company domain names. Additionally, it endeavours to create and patent its own ‘unique cutting-edge software (with no shared cloud, website flash, tracking cookies, adverts, or robot helpers in sight), and expects a build time of approximately 7 months.’ The company’s transparency surrounding how it plans to use the donations it receives places it in a good light. During the campaign, plans to raise a minimum of £1.5 million, with no upper ceiling. It claims that donators will see an approximate 39% return on their investment within 18 months. Furthermore, legal advice vouchers will be available for specific early levels of investment, and the company has plans to continue updating in this area. Investing in is a no-brainer – it is a service that will make legal advice more accessible, affordable, and understandable for the masses. In a world that is only getting more expensive, this service will greatly impact the people that need it most. is a legal advice firm with a difference. It challenges the status quo, taking aim at the staunch and persistent unwillingness by the wider profession to regulate quality, reduce costs, simplify advice, and offer greater accessibility to clients. Further, the company is backed by a small yet passionate team, who are determined to make a success. Consisting of ‘tech-savvy British social entrepreneurs each team member holds equity in the business, maintaining a shared vision of democratising access to legal help and advice for both people Feb22623 and businesses. Together, they have a diverse arsenal of experience, including expertise in online consumerism, web and app development, and the practice of law. In essence, there is no better team to create a service like Contact: Robert Quaranta Company: ~ A question of legal ® Web Address: