Join a conversation with Erin Levine of Hello Divorce (built on Documate), moderated by Maddy Martin of Smith.ai, to learn about how to build your own legal products. This is part one of a two part series.
Nothing beats the personalized experience an attorney can bring, but all that personalized attention takes work. And it's not always appreciated nor necessary. Now, thanks to affordable automation tools, small-firm lawyers of even modest means can create exceptional legal products on their own, without a computer science degree -- and quite quickly find themselves beating out LegalZoom for clients from a client-service perspective. There's no need for the consumer to choose high-tech or high-touch when boutique lawyers bring both expertise and efficiency to the table.
Join moderator Maddy Martin of Smith.ai Virtual Receptionists for a conversation with two of the leading experts in DIY legal products: Erin Levine of HelloDivorce and Dorna Moini of Documate.
Together, they address proven methods for lawyers to accelerate profits and productivity through income-generating legal products, new revenue models, and strategically timed "service upsells."
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Learn the ins and outs of identifying, targeting, and winning buyers of legal products. In this session, you'll learn about identifying your ideal buyer, developing messaging, and driving purchases with Erin Levine (Hello Divorce) and Maddy Martin.
Most lawyers think of document automation as strictly an internal tool for increasing efficiency. It is that, of course; but, it’s also so much more. Law firms can (and should) use client-facing tools to serve DIY-leaning clients or those clients who wouldn’t otherwise hire a lawyer at all. And, since these systems can be made available to clients at any time, they can increase revenue and lead to creative revenue sources. Watch Documate's joint webinar with LCL Mass LOMAP to learn more.
Jared Correia of Red Cave Legal and Dorna Moini of Documate talk about how to launch law firm products. The conversation starts with an overview of productization, then launches into ethics, scoping, marketing, pricing, and much more.
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