Our Corporate Philosophy
Innovative Provider of the Legal Services
Legal services and the legal market in Japan are changing. These changes are part of fundamental changes in our society, including corporate and business activities, personal values and relationships with the government. Historically, the Japanese legal market has largely been shielded from change by the barriers of the Japanese language and governmental restrictions. However, these barriers are not as strong as they once were.
One cause of change has been the recent Legal System Reform. To remain an innovative provider of legal services, our philosophy is to develop core businesses to stay at the forefront of the changing market.
Innovation by Redefinition of the Legal Market
In the current Japanese legal market, there are strong demands from legal service users to integrate legal services with other non-legal services and technologies (for example, information technology and finance technology). These demands come from the effect of globalization and advances in technology employed by businesses and public sector.
By redefining the existing Japanese legal market and legal services though the opportunities presented by globalization and advancements in information technology we aim to providenew business opportunities in the Japanese legal market.
Integration with Non-Legal Services
Since we launched Jurinavi in 2008, we have collected and accumulated data about the Japanese legal market and legal education system which gives us a unique position in the legal service market in Japan. This data tells us that there will be new entrants from traditionally non-legal service providers , a loosening of the monopoly and additional value created through the integration of non-legal services. We believe there will soon be a paradigm shift in the legal market. This paradigm shift will give us an opportunity to play a roll in the future of the Japanese legal market.
Three Main Stakeholders of Our Business
Legal Service Users
Corporations, In-house counsel
NPO, Governmental Institutions
Legal Service Providers
Legal Education Sectors, Law School Students and Graduates Pre-Law Students
Law School Students and Graduates
Law Schools, Pre-Law Students, Undergraduate Colleges and Universities