Lawyer-to-Lawyer Marketplaces and Directories

Reynen Court, the so-called app store of law, is reducing its headcount, cutting expenses, and telling vendors on its platform they might experience service delays. But Andrew D. Klein, the company’s founder and CEO, denied that the company is going out of business or discontinuing support for its platform, and he said he is seeking new investment capital
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Reynen Court, the so-called app store for legal technology, has promoted two of its key executives to new roles. Christian Lang, formerly head of strategy, is now president and chief operating officer. Lodewijk Bonebakker, formerly head of operations and security, is now chief compliance and security officer. 
Both will continue to report to founder and CEO Andrew
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Reynen Court, the so-called app store for legal technology, today launched a general solicitation stock offering in order to bring on individual lawyers and “legal technology enthusiasts” as investors in the company. 
The offering, which is described at, is being made under Rule 506(c) of the federal securities laws, which provides an exemption to the general prohibition
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In today’s episode of How It Works, we learn about LAWCLERK, where attorneys go to hire freelance lawyers and virtual associates. LAWCLERK’s mission is to make general practitioners and law firms more profitable by outsourcing projects to more than 3,600 freelance lawyers with all levels of experience and expertise.
To introduce LAWCLERK and demonstrate how it works, I am
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LAS VEGAS, January 4, 2021 —LAWCLERK, the leading online marketplace for freelance lawyers, announced the rollout of a subscription based program to boost the working relationship between busy attorneys and a nationwide network of talented freelance lawyers. 

I continue to be amazed by how many legal product and service providers don’t seem to grasp the need for
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LAWCLERK, an online marketplace where solos and small firms can hire freelance lawyers, is expanding today into a new kind of offering — subscription-based virtual associates.
Since its launch in 2018, LAWCLERK has focused on enabling smaller firms to hire freelance lawyers to assist them on a project-by-project, as-needed basis. LAWCLERK says it now has more than 3,100 freelance
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LAWCLERK, an online marketplace where solos and small firms can hire freelance lawyers to assist them with specific projects, is today introducing a feature that allows hiring lawyers and freelancers to instantly meet for voice and video calls.
The option is available directly from within open projects on the LAWCLERK platform,  where users will now see a “Start Meeting”
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If productivity increases are passed along to customers via lower prices or better quality services, then the demand for whatever goods and services are being provided is likely to rise…
Daniel Susskind
A World Without Work: Technology, Automation and How We Should Respond
Imagine a well-heeled consultant coming to your law firm and saying guys (yes, its usually guys.
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