Another legal tech startup in the contract space has caught the eye of Microsoft’s investment arm. On Monday, contract drafting and review platform Definely announced a £2.2m funding round, led by both Microsoft’s venture capital fund M12 and CRE Venture Capital.

Definely was launched in 2017 by former Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer lawyers Nnamdi Emelifeonwu and Feargus MacDaeid, and participated in Allen & Overy’s legal tech incubator Fuse in 2019. The platform, which boasts Deloitte, Allen & Overy and Dentons as its clients, was initially designed as a tool to help the visually impaired with the contract and review process, but soon evolved into a broader platform.