In order to better serve my clients, I draw from the collective network of project attorneys from Aggregate Law,
a law technology startup that my wife Jennifer and I started in 2015.
The first thing you should know about us is that we have high standards because we run a law firm and aim to serve our clients to the best of our ability. That’s how all this started: we regularly look to diversify the offerings we provide our clients. With Aggregate Law, I’m able to pull from a vetted pool of project attorneys to assist with your case. I couldn’t have been more impressed with the connections this app has made for my law firm.
When there’s a lot going on, the last thing you have time for is to sift through resumes of project attorneys, not to mention the fees that come with headhunting. We thought, why isn’t there something that creates an on-demand way to find project attorneys? If you’re a solo practitioner, small law firm or large law firm looking for freelance attorneys, post your first job for free here.