Amélie and Noah

are simplifying the immigration process.

Fund III

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About Formally

Formally is a legal tech company with a mission to increase access to justice. Their platform leverages intelligent technology and accessible design to streamline and simplify complex legal processes. Their most recent product helps users complete an immigration application, a process that usually takes weeks, in under an hour and get it reviewed by an experienced attorney in under 24 hours. Formally is building a new legal experience that is cost-effective, accessible, convenient, and secure.

Why Now

Formally sees immigration as the first leg of a more ambitious transformation of other legal processes whose complexity makes them costly—and therefore inaccessible—to many people. Formally is tackling a big consumer need and will change the way individuals experience the legal system going forward.

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Amélie-Sophie Vavrovsky

Founder & CEO

Amélie is on a mission to build the future of legal technology. A policy maker by training, she is passionate about using technology to solve hard challenges around access to justice. She has been widely recognized for her leadership in legal technology, cybersecurity and digital rights. She graduated Phi Beta Kappa from Brown University and is a dual degree graduate student in Cyber Policy and Sustainable Design at Stanford University. She is an immigrant herself with over 10 years of experience in immigration policy, speaks 10 languages, and is a CodeX fellow at the Stanford Center for Computational Law.

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Noah Picard

Co-Founder & CTO

Noah Picard is a Machine Learning expert with a Masters in ML from Brown and experience in software and ML engineering roles at companies such as NextDoor and Pinterest.