Interview with Mr. Aditya Gor, Founder of Law Briefs

Interview with Mr. Aditya Gor, Founder of Law Briefs

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1. Tell us about yourself
I’m Aditya Gor, currently in my 4th year at GNLU. I started LawBriefs in my second year and have received various accolades for the same including the Best Student Startup Award for the year 2018 from the Honorable Chief Minister of Gujarat. 


2. How did the idea for your business come about?
During my academic curriculum, I myself found it very difficult to read and interpret various lengthy judgments hence I started looking for case summaries but to my surprise, I did not find them readily available. Hence I decided to create a platform of my own. 


3. Can you tell us about your venture LawBriefs?
LawBriefs is India’s first legal service platform that prepares on-demand case summaries of Indian judgments. At LawBriefs, our purpose is not to reduce the understanding of the judgment but to reduce the efforts caused in understanding it. 


4. What are the challenges you faced till date and presently facing?
Summarizing the entire judgment by reading it all over was a difficult task in the initial stage but with practice it became an easy task. Currently, the major task is to outreach and expand ourselves to huge number of people. 


5. What was your key driving force to become an entrepreneur?
I didn’t choose to be an entrepreneur, it just happened as a part of the process. 


6. How did you raise funding for your venture?
I raised seed funding from GNLU Legal Incubation Centre situated in Gandhinagar and then at later stage we became self-reliant. 


7. How do you build a successful customer base?
The quality of the case summaries which we prepared helped us gain customer attraction and it took no time to reach to huge number of people. 


8. How do you market your business, and which tactics have been most successful?
We have been using social media and email subscriptions to market ourselves. 


9. What kind of culture exists in your organization, and how did you establish it?
LawBriefs has contributors who work from home; hence it is convenient yet effective culture. 


10. How do you generate new ideas?
By constantly identifying prevalent problems!


11. What are your ideals?
Consistency is the key


12. How do you define success?
Achieving something which is not easily achievable is success.  


13. Do you believe there is some sort of pattern or formula to becoming a successful entrepreneur?
No, not really. 


14. What is your favorite aspect of being an entrepreneur?
To be able to take risks. 


15. What has been your most satisfying moment in business?
Receiving an award from the Chief Minister has been the best moment.


16. What entrepreneurial tricks have you discovered to keep you focused and productive in your day-to-day busy schedule?
If you love what you are doing you do not have to figure out any tricks, you will automatically be focused and productive. 


17. Who has been your greatest inspiration?
I have always followed leaders who are expert in various domains in order to gain inspiration. There is no single name to it. 


18. Any message for future entrepreneur
It is always worth it in some way or the other, keep going. 


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