The Founder

Kevin Pratt leverages his experience as a South Carolina Supreme Court staff attorney, a law clerk to Justice Pleicones, and his work as a trial attorney to elevate the platforms of attorneys. Believing in the virtue of coworking and the value proposition it represents for attorneys, Kevin focuses on supporting lawyers working in those environments. Kevin has been recognized as a 2019 Rising Star Super Lawyer and served as a Co-Editor South Carolina Business Law Handbook. He also serves as a BarCARES Board Member, a Co-Chair of the NCBA YLD Wellness Committee, a member of the Mecklenburg County Bar CLE Committee, and a member of the 2017 and 2018 North Carolina Pro Bono Honors Society. If you need workspace, or you need law practice management support, let’s connect.

The Advisors

Matt Miller: A legal tech entrepreneur before it was a thing. Matt has big law firm experience with entrepreneurial experience. An IP litigator by trade, Matt now works in an executive capacity at Seal Software.

Rick McDermott: Having worked at an AmLaw 100 firm as an IP litigator for more than 20 years, Rick levarages his “Big Law” experience with deep ties to the Charlotte community in advising CoLaw on strategic initiatives. Recognized as the 2014 Charlottean of the Year, Rick is the Founder and Principal at McDermott IP Law.

Camille Stell: The Founder and President of Lawyers Mutual Consulting and Services, Camille knows solo and small firm law practice having worked in the North Carolina legal community for more than thirty years. Armed with unparalleled experience and an unrivaled network, Camille is a thought-leader in facilitating innovation at solo and small law firms.


CoLaw does two things: workspace and law practice management. Let’s keep it simple: (1) if you need workspace in Charlotte, we have it so contact us; or (2) you need support running your law practice, contact us.


The Case for CoLaw

2/3 of solo and small law firm client generation is attributed to online search or a referral from another attorney.

Long-term leases (leashes) conflict with a lawyer’s ultimate value proposition—flexibility and the capacity to deliver high-value work from anywhere

One CoLaw subscription provides access to multiple private offices in Charlotte with access to other workspace solutions around the US

CoLaw provides month-to-month law practice management support helping lawyers grow their practices within coworking ecosystems

CoLaw independently vets legal technology solutions to develop strategic legal technology partnerships to deliver efficient solutions to solo and small firm lawyers at a more economical price

CoLaw cultivates subscriber-focused continuing education opportunities and helps lawyers create content for those presentations



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