JUSTLAW tackles systemic access to justice problem
JUSTLAW, a company founded in NYC by two leading entrepreneurs, is on a mission to transform the practice of law and consumers' ability to access justice. The company sees a world where "equal justice under law" is more than a lofty statement on the façade of the supreme court building.
With a growing network of attorneys barred in 45 states, flat-rate pricing and the world's most attractive legal membership plan model, JUSTLAW is already the world's most beloved legal brand.
JUSTLAW was founded with a stubborn spirit and a lofty objective: The citizens of this country were promised more - they were promised equal access and justice under the law - and they deserve more. JUSTLAW is the antidote to our broken law firm model that has underserved Americans for a century.
JUSTLAW is on a mission to transform the accessibility and practice of, law. With a network of top attorneys from schools like Yale, Harvard, Virginia and Columbia, JUSTLAW enables its customers to connect with attorneys using a proprietary algorithm, ensuring customers are matched only with lawyers that have expertise and credentials to serve them. And the attorneys are ranked based on host of factors, including perhaps most importantly, a first of its kind customer 5-star rating system. Customers can access top attorneys on a 24/7 basis, via chat, video or phone.
"JUSTLAW is constantly exploring new ways to provide people access to affordable, high-quality and expedient legal services," said Jason Gabbard, co-founder of JUSTLAW (formerly at the world's top law firm, Cravath, Swaine & Moore). "We look forward to enabling millions of Americans to take control of their future and right their legal affairs."
JUSTLAW was organized as a Public Benefit Corporation, meaning it gives back a portion of its resources to the communities it serves. The give back program is known as JUSTCARE and will contribute a percentage of profits and attorney time to social causes.
Our Vision is a world where "equal justice under law" is more than a lofty statement on the façade of the supreme court building. The law was made to protect you. JUSTLAW is here to make that true.
Learn more at https://just.law/
Page Updated Last on: Oct 30, 2020