The Opportunity

Accessible. Transparent. Informative.

The Law Superstore is a unique proposition for legal service providers. We offer our legal Partners the chance to target and connect with clients based on criteria such as quality, location and added-value services.

With over 11,000 registered law firms in England and Wales, clients often don’t know where to turn to make an informed choice when it comes to selecting a legal service provider.

However, UK clients are experiencing change driven by social media influence, digital delivery and a growing confidence to purchase goods and services online.

Together with our Partners, The Law Superstore aims to take advantage of these changes to make accessing legal services informative, transparent and simple.

Accessing the full legal market

The UK’s legal market is worth £30bn+ and continues to grow, but according to the Legal Services Board, there is a multi-billion pound “Access Gap” - those not currently accessing important legal support when they should. We connect our Partners with this latent market by taking advantage of the accessibility and growing credibility of the internet as a platform for commerce.

50%

50% of individuals will experience a legal issue at least once every 3 years but only 20% use a lawyer.

40%

40% of SMEs encounter a legal issue every year. Only 11% will use a lawyer.

76%

76% of adults in Great Britain accessed the internet everyday, 21 million more than in 2006.

74%

74% of all adults bought goods or services online, up from 53% in 2008.

Our research

The Law Superstore recently commissioned research from 3,000 respondents to gauge the public’s reception to a legal services comparison website and assess which factors are of most importance when searching for a legal service provider.

Which are the most important factors when looking for a legal service provider?

Scoring

Mean score on 10 points scale
10 = Very Important 1 = Not very Important

The access gap has been estimated to be:£3bn+

Get in touch

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