Tomoyuki Hachigo

About Tomoyuki Hachigo

Tomoyuki is the co-founder of Sprintlaw - a law/tech startup, disrupting the legal services industry in Australia. Since launching in February 2017, Sprintlaw has helped thousands of Australian businesses get simple and easy legal services. Sprintlaw also recently won the Innovator of the Year award at the 2019 Australian Law Awards. 

Before becoming an entrepreneur, Tomoyuki was a Corporate/M&A lawyer at Clayton Utz, acting for clients on a broad range of corporate transactions. At Clayton Utz he was a member of the Japan practice group advising Japanese clients in their Australian law matters. He also has experience working in legal technology consulting, implementing tech and project management solutions for lawyers at Clayton Utz. 

Tomoyuki studied a Bachelor of Law and Arts (German Studies) at UNSW. He grew up in Sydney and speaks both English and Japanese fluently. In his spare time, he likes going to the cinemas, watching a live show or playing music.

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