Business & Economy Startups Indonesian legaltech startup Justika raises pre-Series A funding by top law firm

Indonesian legaltech startup Justika raises pre-Series A funding by top law firm




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Justika is a subsidiary of hukumonline, which was co-founded by a senior partner at Assegaf Hamzah & Partners

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Indonesian legaltech startup Justika announced an undisclosed pre-Series A funding round on Tuesday, January 22.

According to a report by KataData Indonesia, the funding round included the participation of leading Indonesian law firm Assegaf Hamzah & Partners.

The law firm aimed to contribute in providing greater access to legal services by investing in the startup.

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Led by CEO Melvin Sumapung, Justika provides a marketplace for various legal services ranging from legal counsel to document creation.

It also provided a phone-based legal consultation service with an affordable cost.

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The startup is a subsidiary of hukumonline, an online platform that offers law advocates services.

hukumonline itself was co-founded by Ahmad Fikri Assegaf, a Senior Partner at Assegaf Hamzah & Partners.

In Indonesia, an example of legaltech startup that has recently raised funding is Kontrak Hukum, a digital platform that provides legal services to small- and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs).

The company raised a strategic investment from KASKUS, leading Indonesian content and e-commerce platform, who aimed to provide legal and educational support for content creators and small businesses on its platform.

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