Lay Law provides affordable, transparent and accessible legal consulting services that include the drafting and vetting of contracts, policies, T's and C's and legal letters; Data protection, privacy and “access to information” compliance services; In-house training; and legal opinions/research on a broad spectrum of legal practice areas.
While we will conduct research and provide advice around a broad spectrum of law, Lay Law's specialities lie with business law, the law of contract, IP, privacy and data protection, labour, property, and the law surrounding digital ventures. Our founder has experience working as an in-house counsel for various companies in various industries so we also provide retainer services whereby we can act as an outsourced or quasi in-house legal counsel for businesses at a discounted rate, but for a limited number of hours a month. This is far more affordable and efficient than hiring a full-time in-house counsel as the service can be customised for your specific operational and budget requirements.
As a consultancy and not a law firm, Lay Law is not beholden to the rules, requirements and many expenses of traditional law firms so it means that, while we can't do reserved work like litigation or conveyancing, we have much lower overheads so have a very different and more transparent billing structure. Essentially, you will know what you are in for upfront which will enable you to budget accordingly and receive a much more affordable and greater value for money service than what would be provided by a traditional law firm.