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Law takes a virtual route

The brutal fallout of Covid-19 has devastated many businesses. But one that is benefiting, at least for the time being, is Dom Woolrych’s online legal platform Lawpath.

He says more people than ever are logging on for advice about thorny issues that now confront them. The uptick is even giving him confidence to continue pushing growth plans.

Moves are afoot to launch the platform’s first TV and radio marketing campaign mid-year in a bid to boost subscribers further. There are also plans to raise capital and expand into Asia.

“The virus will have an effect because small businesses are struggling,” says Woolrych.

“The majority of our clients are small businesses. That said, in the last four days we have had the largest revenues in our history. That’s because people are looking for alternatives to traditional legal services. They can’t go and visit their

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