April 1 - Not Every Battle Must Be Fought Alone
Thank you to the Charlotte Business Journal for its generous story about CoLaw. The story tells the first chapter of CoLaw’s mission:
To bring solo and small firm lawyers together at scale;
To reduce the cost of practicing law for solo and small firm lawyers; and
To improve lawyer well-being by alleviating at least some of the economic pressure on the traditional business model.
How will that goal be achieved? Here’s how.
What does that mean? Here’s what:
Need an office to drop in for the day - sign up;
Need access to conference rooms in either location - sign up;
Need monthly flex access to an office in either location - sign up;
Need a dedicated office in either location - sign up;
Want an office in another location - let us know;
Need access to office space in another North Carolina city - sign up; or
Want to develop a plan to grow you firm without obligating it to a long term lease - sign up.
For CoLaw, space is just the beginning. We’re excited about the possibility of marketing you in creative ways or deploying uniquely-tailored legal tech solutions to automate discrete portions of your law practice. Either opportunity, and the range of opportunities in between, represents an inflection point for your law practice. Historically, those inflection points have created friction in the marketplace. Friction creates an opportunity for a prospective client to say: “no.” Less friction, or responding to the dissonance between what your prospective client may expect and what a law firm is equipped to deliver, enhances the likelihood of a prospective client saying: “yes.” To earn your trust on the law practice development frontier, we’ve set out to prove that we can make space easy,
After we succeed on that front, we’ll set out to prove we can help deploy efficient, disruptive law practice development solutions uniquely-tailored to your practice. Because practicing law is hard, everything else doesn’t have to be.
We can’t wait to meet you.