We don’t claim to “disrupt” the legal services market, revolutionize the way law is practiced, or otherwise pay homage to the latest catchphrase du jour. Although we are technologically savvy, and we strive to make sure that everything we do is done as efficiently as humanly possible, in our opinion those are prerequisites to, but not sufficient qualities required for superior legal representation. Don’t get us wrong: we like efficiency and innovation. They make the practice of law easier for lawyers. But they rarely translate into a direct benefit to the client.
What separates us from the pack is our obsessive focus on delivering superior legal services.
How exactly do we do that?