S1 E42 What it’s Like to Build a Legal Tech Solution for Non-Lawyers – with Charles Brecque




Today our guest is  Charles Brecque – legal tech founder making contracts machine readable.

Charles is the founder & CEO of Legislate. He founded Legislate in April 2020 in Oxford to make contracts machine readable using patented knowledge graph technology. Before founding Legislate, Charles brought Machine Learning solutions to market for three years at Mind Foundry, a spin-out from the University of Oxford. Charles is a graduate of the École Centrale de Lyon.


[00:40] Who is Charles Brecque?

[01:26] Give us some background about certain things but about yourself and legislate.

[04:17] Was that difficult to find investors? How did that go?

[05:25] What was your favorite moment until now with new company legislation?

[06:23] What were some of the challenges that you encountered?

[08:10] Do you have competitors at the moment that is doing the same thing or not?

[10:41] What are the benefits that you're offering with your solution?

[13:07] What is keeping you up at night? Something because you have a startup, it's you don't know what the future will bring?

[14:13] What are the main channels that you are using for your marketing?

[16:24] Do you also have your blog or is it the medium closes?

[19:08] Are Instagram reels your thing or not?

[19:41] Is YouTube that's also something that you're looking at?

[21:29] In the next few years what is ing to happen in the market? For your company? 

[23:45] Where should people go to find out more about legislate?

[24:11] What is the best way for people to connect with you?


“Rejection is always useful because it helps you improve, but sometimes you get rejected for reasons which don't make any sense.”

“TikTok is a new channel for us that we haven't mastered yet.”


LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/charles-brecque/

Twitter: https://twitter.com/CharlesBrecque

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