Tomoyuki Hachigo



Tomoyuki is a lawyer, entrepreneur and co-founder of Sprintlaw, an international law/tech firm that’s transforming the way legal services are delivered to small businesses. Sprintlaw operates in Australia, New Zealand and the UK and has won many industry awards, including being listed as the fastest growing legal business in the Asia Pacific region by the Financial Times in 2022.

As a lawyer, Tomoyuki specialises in areas such as corporate law, governance, startups and not-for-profits, and is a board member of youth justice charity ConFit Pathways. In 2020 Tomoyuki was recognised by Lawyers Weekly as the top commercial lawyer under 30 in Australia. 

Before founding Sprintlaw, Tomoyuki has had years of experience at Clayton Utz as an M&A lawyer as well as in legal technology consulting.


Bachelor of Arts/Laws (2013), University of New South Wales

Bachelor of Laws (2013), University of New South Wales

Graduate Diploma of Legal Practice (2014), Australian National University

Professional Membership

Admitted to the Supreme Court of NSW
Admitted to the High Court of Australia


Sydney Young Entrepreneur of the Year Award (Winner, 2019, 2020, 2021; Finalist 2022, 2023)
Lawyers Weekly 30 Under 30 Award in Commercial Law (Winner, 2020)
Australia-Japan Youth Dialogue (Delegate, 2019)

Tomoyuki Hachigo's Articles & Guides

ASIC Fees In 2024

by Tomoyuki Hachigo Mon Feb. 26, 2024

Is Cybersquatting Legal?

by Tomoyuki Hachigo Thu Aug. 18, 2022

Director Identification Numbers – What You Need...

by Tomoyuki Hachigo Tue Aug. 9, 2022

Is It Legal To Set Minimum Resale...

by Tomoyuki Hachigo Tue Jul. 12, 2022

How To Register And Operate A Foreign...

by Tomoyuki Hachigo Tue Jun. 14, 2022

Should I Give My Employees Paid Leave...

by Tomoyuki Hachigo Wed Aug. 4, 2021

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