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Grow is our legal support programme exclusively for startups

You have a great concept and a talented team. Now is the time to make it a reality.  Our specialist team has the experience and contacts to turn your idea into a success.

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Legal services for startups at Browne Jacobson

You have a great concept and a talented team. Now is the time to make it a reality.

At Browne Jacobson, we have a committed team of individuals that are well versed in making startups into vibrant, fully fledged businesses. Let us navigate the minefield of legal problems and red tape that you face so that you can focus on being the entrepreneur. Whether you are at proof of concept and pre-seed, or already gaining traction and looking for venture capital, working with an incubator, accelerator or going it alone, our team have the experience and contacts to make a real impact to your business.

Enquire about Grow, our legal support programme exclusively for startups, where you can benefit from the time and skill of a dedicated Grow adviser. 

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What our clients say....

ChipIn simply could not have launched without the work of Browne Jacobson… I never expected a law firm to truly invest in startups the way Browne Jacobson do, and I am now fortunate to count them as a partner.

Audrey Giroud, CEO of ChipIn

Browne Jacobson were able to act with flexibility and were pragmatic to the challenges a startup faces.

Phil Ellis, COO of Blaze

Browne Jacobson have been fantastic. They are pragmatic in their approach and understand the needs of a startup.

Sam O’Connor, Co-founder & CEO at Coconut


We didn't choose a local firm because we knew we were going global. Their knowledge isn't just local, their knowledge is global.

Grzegorz Jarząbek, Trustedoctor

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New visa route for startups

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