Check out Juris CEO and Co-Founder, Adam Kerpelman, featured on Law360, writing about the idea of a “legal gig economy” and how it might increase access to justice.
From the post:
“However, there is opportunity here. The tools exist. We used them to build the internet. And then we used the internet to build new ways of doing business — specifically, new ways of providing what we in the legal world would call ‘client work.'”
“We have demand, and as it so happens we have a lot of lawyers looking for work, and law firms looking to grow. Closing this gap is an opportunity to bring a flood of not just legal work to be done and money to be made, but a flood of people receiving much-needed help and the protections promised by our legal system.”Read more on Law360.