We refer to the article “Bar Council finds BurgieLaw and Dragon Law in breach of Legal Profession Act; yet to decide on CanLaw“, published by themalaysianlawyer.com which extracted paragraphs from the Legal Profession Committee’s (“LPC”) report in the 2016/2017 Annual Report of the Malaysian Bar.
Burgielaw.com wishes to clarify that, as of today, Bar Council has neither disapproved nor disallowed the application of Burgielaw.com.
Malaysia based legal tech startup BurgieLaw.com today announced it raised a USD200,000.00 seed round of funding led by TinkBig Venture.
The legal tech start up is one of the few active ones in South East Asia alongside other legal tech like Asia Law Network in Singapore and Dragon Law in Hong Kong.
BurgieLaw aims to work closely with other legal tech companies in the neighboring regions and aims to use the funds for marketing purposes and introduce more tech based services to the legal industry and to the customers at large with the primary objective to make legal services more affordable and accessible.
Fireside chat brought to you by BurgieLaw & BEAM
Last night, BurgieLaw and BEAM brought 80 entrepreneurs and corporate members together in a special fireside chat with three expert panelists representing different industries at The Co., Bangsar.
- Rickson Khaw, Teak Capital, Investment Manager
- Lim Jo Yan, MahWengKwai & Associates, Partner and Head of Corporate and Commercial Practice group
- K. Seong Ang, Helpr, co-founder of the chat based personal concierge startup
Check out the video at the end of the post.
BurgieLaw Startup-Legal Conference 2016: Building Bridges Between Startups & Law
If you’ve been following us on our social media, you’d have seen the videos & photos of our recent event on Saturday. BurgieLaw Startup-Legal Conference 2016 was organised as part of our efforts to make legal services more accessible as well as educate startups and investors about common legal problems they may face in the course of business. By 8.45am, participants were already lining up at the registration table.
Bridging The Gap Between Start Ups And Law
Photo credit: Sarah Yong Li Hsien | Team BurgieLaw, Lee Shih & Foong Cheng Leong
Recently, BurgieLaw held a Fireside Chat event for start ups at the Malaysian Global Innovation & Creativity Centre (MaGIC) on Monday evening (9th May 2016). The fireside chat was an introductory discussion to educating start ups and bridging the gap between start ups and law.
We’ve been featured in Oriental Daily News, both in print and online!
A big thank you to Lim Pei Xuan for the interview and write up.
Calling all start ups!
Team BurgieLaw is super excited to announce that we’ll be having a fireside chat featuring four powerhouses of the legal industry: Lai Chee Hoe, Foong Cheng Leong, Lee Shih and Marcus Van Geyzel. The event will be held at the Malaysian Global Innovation & Creativity Centre (MaGIC) on 9th May 2016, 6pm-8pm.
We’re in another media feature!
Asian Legal Business featured us alongside other apps in their April 2016 issue in an article about legal tech. We’re mentioned on page 13-14. Thanks ALB!