Hong Kong-based Dragon Law launches in Australia and New Zealand with Startup Plan
Dragon Law, a Hong Kong-based legal startup, launched their legal technology software in Australia and New Zealand, offering 44 documents that are localized for use in each country. Dragon Law's launch in both countries is a startup-focus plan that offers essential documents for fast-growing businesses.
Founded in 2012 in Hong Kong, Dragon Law provide end-to-end solution to help businesses of all sizes to manage legal, become more productive and save time and money on the process. With approximately 50 staff in Hong Kong and Singapore, the startup is also hiring in Australia and New Zealand.
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