A New Kind of Legal Practice for the Online, Technology-driven Age. Automated. Digital. Client-focused. Attorneys are schooled and raised by the legal community to practice a certain way. They meet or get referred people who need their services. They schedule a meeting with them, take notes and prepare a follow-up letter. Part of this memo might include a retainer agreement that allows the client to retainer their services and pay a retainer fee. The work might be handled on an hourly basis or for a flat fee. And, while more than 80% of us end up practicing solo or in small (2-5) person firms, we are not taught how to be a business owner – we need to figure that out on our own.
In today’s web-based, digital age, people want access to legal services but do not always take the steps to go the “traditional” route. Legal community is following its own rules for doing business, but clients do not always (actually often do not) want to work that way; especially in today’s online market economy. They want to interact on their terms, obtain services online and avoid seeing an attorney in person if possible.
Introducing BeinhakerLaw, a legal practice that makes it easier to interact and obtain legal services while avoiding the drawn-out, time-consuming and costly processing of working with other attorneys.