More news from Robot Lawyer LISA!

Robot Lawyer LISA logo

your Legal Intelligence Support Assistant

Robot Lawyer LISA newsletter

Welcome from the team & CEO, Chrissie Lightfoot...

Hello and welcome to the second Robot Lawyer LISA newsletter!

 We've received great feedback after the first release, so we hope you find this second newsletter just as useful.

We have a variety of exciting news about collaborations with other platforms that are opening up the legal market to millions of people around the globe, news about both our NDA service and soon-to-be released property tools plus details about some of the media coverage we have had over the last couple of months.

Chrissie Lightfoot


We want to ensure that we comply with the General Data Protection Regulation - you can find out more about GDPR here - so if you do not want to receive any future communications from us, just scroll to the bottom of this newsletter and unsubscribe.

If you unsubscribe, we’ll be sorry to see you go but wish you every success in the challenging AI and Robot Age ahead.

Still interested in what LISA has to say? Read on…

LISA and DoNotPay link up

In our drive to make access to legal services cost effective, time saving, insightful and transparent for consumers and businesses to acquire their legal needs by using technology wherever possible in the first instance before moving on to garner human lawyer support, if at all necessary or desired, we're delighted to announce that we have linked up with Joshua Browder's DoNotPay portal and chatbots to give visitors to LISA's website even greater access to FREE legal tools.

DoNotPay is an innovative website that can support users with a huge range of legal issues, including landlord contract violations, challenging parking tickets, asylum applications and more.

The platform is currently home to over 1,000 chatbots. To use it, simply visit the website and in plain English type in the service you are looking for. 

Our relationship with DoNotPay is the most recent in a number of collaborations that increase access to free legal tools, empowering the average person and business to achieve affordable self-help, self-serve access to quality legal insight (expertise), documentation and advice, globally. As well as DoNotPay, visitors to the LISA website can also use LISA's free NDA tool and BillyBot.

Demo our new AI property tools

Our new AI property tools will be launching next month. However you can register your interest in a demo right now.

These new AI products will enable you to create property-related legal agreements with the other party, together, helping you both find a middle ground as quickly as possible. 

Whereas a human lawyer cannot advise or act for both sides when creating an agreement, such as a Landlord and a Tenant, LISA’s machine impartiality means she can save both you and the counter-party time and money.


 Steal a march on your competitors. Head on over to and register your interest now.

Have you tried our improved NDA tool?

We've listened to you and we're delighted to announce the launch of our improved NDA AI tool.

Since the tool first launched earlier this year, we have been collating user feedback and working with our partners to make sure that the free NDA service LISA  provides  is the best experience for you.

You can try the tool now by heading over to Make sure you get in touch on  Facebook or  Twitter and let us know about your experience using our free NDA service.

LISA in the media

LISA has featured in a number of publications over the past few months, however we have picked out a few things you might want to take another look at.

Our collaboration with BillyBot was featured in Forbes, as Mark Cohen looked into how the link up could positively impact the delivery of legal services to millions of people around the globe.

 We have also contributed to the House of Lords Artificial Intelligence Committee, where our CEO suggests looking at the regulatory framework around the use of AI.

Finally this month, our CEO spoke to Stephen Turner of Lawyers of Tomorrowabout the future of AI, the use and impact of AI and robots in law and society, entrepreneurship and future-proofing our jobs, among other things.

From the blog...

6 ways to take the pain out of networking

Networking is essential for getting both your name and the name of your business out there, but sometimes it can be a bit of a drag. How can you change that?

 Read more here.

5 must-read tips for pitching to investors

 It can be a gruelling task, but that doesn't mean that pitching needs to be a painful process. There are  a few ways to help stack the deck in your favour.

Read more here.

House of Lords Artificial Intelligence Committee

Written contributions to the committee by our CEO Chrissie Lightfoot, Joanna Goodman, Paresh Kathrani, Steven Cranfield and Michael Butterworth.

Read more here.

Feel free to share this newsletter with anyone whom you feel would benefit from its content or may wish to sign up to LISA’s future newsletters.

Until you hear from us again, all at team LISA wish you a successful, productive and splendid time.

The Team - Robot Lawyer LISA



 Facebook  Twitter  LinkedIn  YouTube
You are receiving the Robot Lawyer LISA newsletter as a business / network contact, affiliate, user, client or friend of Robot Lawyer LISA.
Please note
This newsletter is published by AI Tech Support Ltd trading as Robot Lawyer LISA, a private company registered in England (company no: 10245242)
Registered office and trading office is at 4 Beech Ridge, Kinsbourne Green Lane, Harpenden AL5 3NJ, United kingdom. VAT registration no: 247 8046 86