Our team of Jurors is working to help the world agree more, by making contracts frictionless and accessible to everyone.
We’re a team, not a family. What binds us together is understanding each other as people and working toward shared goals. To do this, we value feedback, respect boundaries and help whenever we can.
We’re craftspeople, not mercenaries. Each of us deeply cares for the work that we do, and strives to do it better every day. We aim for high quality with attention to detail, improve on it constantly and hold ourselves to account for what we produce.
We’re minimalists, not maximalists. We don’t waste time or energy on nice-to-haves or over-engineering. We keep it clean and clear, and we speed up or slow down as needed to make good decisions.
We look for output, not input. Our time is spent meaningfully — to do that, we know what our goals are and focus our time to deliver them as agreed. We don’t get stuck in busywork or vanity metrics, and we don’t make promises we can’t keep.
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 ›