Odunoluwa Longe, Funkola Odeleye and Bola Olonisakin are the co-founders of DIYLaw, a technology company that uses technology to make legal processes accessible, transparent and convenient for everyone, especially entrepreneurs.

Think of DIYLaw as a one-stop legal services delivery hub where entrepreneurs can generate legal documents, register their businesses and intellectual properties, have access to resources in an easy to digest format… you get the idea. The startup was recently shortlisted for the Innovating Justice Challenge 2015, run by the Hague Institute for the Internationalisation of Law and you could vote for them on the website.

You may recognise those names from somewhere. Funkola Odeleye and Odunoluwa Longe are the co-founders of The Longe Practice, a startup-focused law firm that offers cost-effective, legal advisory services to entrepreneurs; Bola Olonisakin is Founder and CEO of GTech Designs.

In February, Odun ran a series, Startup 101: A legal perspective on TechCabal, that covered the fundamental legal bases every technology entrepreneur and stakeholder should know.

We know that barely cuts it though. There are many questions, technical and unique questions and scenarios you may have. You may also want more information about this startup before you vote. We got your back.

This Friday, September 4  to be precise, the DIYLaw ladies will be on Radar for an Ask Me Anything session. By 4pm. Tell Cortana to clear your calendar.

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