Our team of Jurors is working to help the world agree more, by making contracts frictionless and accessible to everyone.
Juro enables people to have ownership and collaborate effectively on agreements. The same principles must apply to our own team. We're building a company that recognises the true value of empathy - whether with our customers, our partners or each other.
Becoming really good at something takes time - you have to do the same thing over and over again. You have to develop killer attention to detail. The true craftsperson never stops learning and never stops enjoying their craft.
The simplest solution is often the right one. If you really know the question it’s usually easy to find the answer. Keeping it simple means starting small and iterating. We don't over-engineer or get stuck in analysis paralysis; we take calculated risks and move quickly.
This isn't a family - it's a team. In order to perform to our best, we really trust each other. Without trust, we can quickly become distracted with politics or indecision, and life's too short. We build trust through transparency, which allows us to deliver with high impact.
London-based legaltech startup has grabbed $23 million in Series B funding for its browser-based contract automation platform. In total the startup has raised $31.5M since being founded back in 2016.Read article ›
Juro, the contract collaboration platform, has raised a $5.25m Series A led by New York-based Union Square Ventures (USV) - the backer of Twitter, Twilio, Etsy and Kickstarter - in a rare US-to-Europe investment in legal tech.Read article ›
Richard Mabey founded contract management software company Juro in 2016. Mr Mabey’s career and interest in corporate and contract law began at Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer, where he worked as an associate until 2013.Read article ›