We are delighted that our innovative product and entrepreneurial founder Lauren Riley are both making a wave in the press. Here are some of the highlights:
Congratulations is due to Lauren Riley, founder and CEO of Manchester-based legal tech firm, The Link App…
Manchester-based legal tech firm, The Link App, has been shortlisted to the final five in KPMG’s search for the Best British mobile start-up.
Lauren Riley, a former contestant on The Apprentice, has turned to a crowdfunding site scale up her legal app.
The Manchester solicitor and former Apprentice contestant has raised £160k through crowdfunding for a new app for the legal sector.
Legal tech startup The Link App has embarked on a six-figure crowdfunding campaign. The Manchester-based company is attempting to raise just over £300k through funding platform Seedrs, as it looks to drive efficiency and innovation in the way law firms communicate with clients.
The Link App, the communications application for law firms and their clients created by former The Apprentice candidate Lauren Riley, has launched a crowdfunding campaign to raise £300,000 as it continues to establish itself.
The Brief catches up with the former Apprentice star, Solicitor & entrepreneur Lauren Riley.
The Link App announced today that it has been chosen by the UK’s leading provider of legal software, Eclipse Proclaim Legal Systems, to become the firm’s Official App Partner.
Solicitors Journal: A close collaboration between new technology and human practitioners can enhance the lawyer-client relationship, writes Lauren Riley.
Legal desktop app The Link App has received investment from Jenson SEIS and EIS Fund 4 in order to “take it to the next level.”
Entrepreneur Lauren Riley may have made her name on The Apprentice but she is making her mark on the legal sector with her innovative app The Link App.
The Link App and one of our succesful clients featured on Insider Media.
The Link App Manchester launch repoyrted on Manchester Evening News.
The Link App featured on Business Quarter.
More coverage on the board changes here, covered by Legal Futures.
Another feature for The Link App on the popular Raconteur piece.
The Link App features as this week’s big technology news according to the Solicitors Journal. Read more.
Tech-savvy clients in a fast-moving digital age are becoming increasingly discerning of their legal advisers, but will pay for quality if it is delivered in a way they can understand Read more.
Implementing management efficiencies may seem daunting, but law firms have much to gain, not least growth and profits, from a more “professional” approach to business Read more.
Lawyer-client confidentiality is under threat, but are firms facing up to the cybercrime challenge, asks Matthew Rogers of the Solicitor’s Journal. Read more.
We are delighted to have been featured by The Young Empire. Read more.
We have also been featured by The Journal of the Law Society of Scotland. Read more.
We are delighted to have been featureby by Watermans. Read more.
We are delighted to have been featured on Raconteur! Browse to page 10 of the e-magazine to find out more!
Does Lauren Riley look familiar? If so, that’s probably because she was in The Apprentice last year and had the pleasure, if that’s the right word, of working alongside Alan Sugar. A qualified solicitor, Riley specialises in family law, which includes divorce, finances, separation, domestic violence and children. She claims she developed The Link App in a bid to save time and money for both lawyers and clients, having noted how much time is spent keeping everyone updated with emails, calls and letters. Read more.
Former The Apprentice candidate Lauren Riley was on the receiving end of a stern ‘You’re Fired’ from Sir Alan Sugar, but that hasn’t stopped her successfully launching a new mobile phone app to aid communication between lawyers and their clients. Lauren told Jane Common at Today’s Conveyancer why her brainchild – the Link App – will save conveyancing solicitors time and money and should, most definitely, be hired!.. Read more
Family solicitor turned tech entrepreneur, Lauren Riley spoke to Bdaily’s associate editor,
Ellen Forster, about her problem-solving app, her time on BBC’s The Apprentice and her
plans for the future…Read more
Lauren Riley takes part in a roundtable discussion about diversity in the legal profession
We spoke recently to Lauren Riley about her just launched Link App. Here, she tells us what it’s all about,
what she took away from her time on The Apprentice, and the things she thinks you need to do to succeed
in whichever field you may choose.
Lauren Riley, selected as Entrepreneur of the Week
Dell today announced the finalists in the search for its next Startup-in-Residence –
Digi.me, Imagine Cyber Security, The Link App and Blue Sense Networks.
I am perhaps best known in my professional capacity as a lawyer and I am very proud
to have become something of a media representative for my profession
Lauren’s interview for lawcareers.net, discusses transferable
skills, life as a lawyer and how her legal background has helped
her in the world of business, and setting up The Link App…
With an increased entrepreneurial spirit driving growth in the
legal industry, John van der Luit-Drummond wonders who
the real innovators are and if they will succeed in implementing
real change to the profession… Read More
With his Marmite approach, Lord Sugar may have missed an opportunity
with The Apprentice contestant Lauren Riley when he uttered the infamous,
‘You’re fired’ in last year’s show… Read More
Lawyers are preparing for what is traditionally the busiest day when it
comes to divorce enquiries… Read More
The former apprentice contestant discusses proving her business concept,
raising finance and why her app will revolutionise the way law firms…
Keen to dispel the image of a stuffy solicitor, 29-year-old Lauren Riley is anything
but. Recently strutting her stuff on BBC1’s The Apprentice …Read More
Solicitor entrepreneur Lauren Riley has described how she has met venture capitalists
and tech companies interested in her legal app after appearing in the BBC1 show The
The Apprentice contestant Lauren Riley discusses The Link App,which is designed
to facilitate the relationship between solicitor and client … Read More
Lauren Riley fell foul last week of Alan Sugar, but the two-and-a-half-year qualified
solicitor reckons she’s still got big plans … Read More
The Apprentice star Lauren Riley discusses The Link App and why the legal
world should not be afraid of embracing 21st century technology… Read More
This year I was lucky enough to be chosen as one of Lord Sugar’s 20 possible
apprentices. However, the stress of sitting in his board room … Read More
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