Juro – Automation Platform – Startup Profile

  • Juro is the all-in-one contract automation platform.
  • The company was founded in 2016 by Richard Mabey, an ex-Freshfields lawyer, and Pavel Kovalevich, a software engineer and entrepreneur.
  • Juro powers over 100,000 contracts in 65 countries, with a growing customer base that includes Secret Escapes, Babylon Health, Deliveroo, and Cazoo.




About Juro

Juro is the all-in-one contract automation platform that helps visionary legal counsel and the teams they enable to agree and manage contracts in one unified workspace. Juro is backed by Union Square Ventures, Point Nine Capital, Seedcamp and founders of TransferWise, Gumtree and Indeed.


How Does Juro Work?

Your business runs on contracts. But it can take hundreds of steps across multiple tools just to get one contract safely agreed.

This legacy way of working leads to bottlenecks and makes the in-house legal team a blocker, rather than an enabler. Legacy CLMs make things worse – they’re built for handling static, offline files, and don’t capture the data you need to make good decisions with contracts.

That’s why we founded Juro.

Juro enables teams to automate the end-to-end contract process; so every stage, from creation, to negotiation, signature, tracking, and beyond, exists in a unified workspace. Features like Contract Reader allow teams to upload and tag static PDFs in the same platform, so all your contracts are searchable, and live in a single source of truth.

The platform incorporates a flexible data layer, which means contracts and metadata are live synced. Teams can query contract data at any point, as well as removing information silos across the company.

All this leads to faster contract turnaround, better data visibility and improved relationships between legal and business teams.



The Latest from Juro

Juro launched a free NDA template, available in the platform, and is in the process of open-sourcing their highly sought-after privacy policy.

In January 2021, Juro interviewed 50 in-house lawyers and legal ops leaders to learn more about their stance on remote working – both now and in the long term. The survey revealed that the remote GC is here to stay, with 70% of lawyers hoping to work remotely at least half the time in the future. Find out more in our legal remote work survey: https://blog.juro.com/juro-survey-remote-general-counsel