Students latch on to Tinder for legal services

By 20 September, 2019 No Comments

Lucy Burns and Sam Dulyba spoke with Michael Pelly from the Australian Financial Review about their winning UWA Disrupting Law Hackathon legal technology idea named Latch.

Latch is designed at matching prospective clients with their most suitable lawyer by taking into account the lawyers personality types and communication styles.

Similar to Tinder, the idea of Latch was “to identify the lawyer as a person, not just a qualification … to differentiate them based on who they are and their personalities”, then match the lawyer with their perspective client based on personality type in an attempt to hopefully resolve the common issue in the legal industry between lawyer and client personality clashes which leads to an overall negative experience.

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