App vows to help legal profession

Oathello allows solicitors who need to get documents sworn and notarised to find nearby notaries and lawyers offering the service

26th March, 2017
Jennifer Hourihane, founder, Oathello Pic: Fergal Phillips

Solicitor Jennifer Hourihane left A&L Goodbody in April 2016 to develop a mobile app for the legal profession.

“It was a classic scenario of scratching my own itch,” said Hourihane.

“Working in a commercial firm, I found that some of the tools used by solicitors had not quite kept up with 21st-century standards.”

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