We believe that lawyers should focus on their clients and developing their company, not on administrative tasks, routine work and micro management. That's why we created Jusnote - the most comprehensive and easy-to-use legal system on the market.
We are not just another tech company. Our mission is to help millions of lawyers worldwide achieve the most exceptional results in their legal practice. We help focus on what matters, letting technologies do all the routine work, and help make the right strategic decisions. We are striving to combine powerful tools useful for every lawyer and law firm, the highest security, and easy-to-use interface to open the full potential of every legal professional.
Our story began in 2017 when we launched the first version of the system. We asked ourselves: «What if we can create a system that would help lawyers build a more successful legal practice?». We launched Jusnote on the 28th of February. Now Jusnote is the fastest-growing legal practice management software in Europe with tens of thousands of clients. Our goal is to create the best and the most comprehensive legal practice management software in the world with the best-in-class tools and design.
The system must be easy-to-use and aesthetically appealing. So design always stay on top of our priority. We don't say that technology doesn't matter. In no way. But we are striving to create simple tools that will help lawyers achieve their goals without reading the instruction.
The world is moving tremendously fast. Especially in technologies, where you need to move quickly and adapt to users' needs. So our goal is to move fast, update the system frequently and listen to our clients.
When starting using our products, we need to make sure that it is as simple as possible, so lawyers can focus on their goals, not on learning how to use Jusnote.
Our product and culture aim to ensure that teams know who is doing what, by when, and why, which unlocks the best work experiences and outcomes.
We are responsible for our technologies. We think a lot about how they influence our users and what we can improve.
We stay curious, creative, and open to new challenges. We commit to searching for new tools that can help lawyers. We learn new things and don't afraid to make experiments. So when we ask ourselves, can we do this or that, very often the answer is this - why not?