This week, Attorney Docs appeared as an exhibitor at the 2019 Section of Litigation & Solo, Small Firm, and General Practice Division CLE Conference. During this event, we met with an array of excellent legal professionals, firms, and other exhibitors; to which all had the same response towards our company: “Why hasn’t this been made earlier?”
First off we would like to extend gratitude to the ABA and their committee for the opportunity and the respect given to our company. We enjoy working with your team and the unrivaled networking opportunities we are provided through you.
The general consensus towards our idea of a free marketplace that allows legal professionals to buy and sell court-used documents was overall exceptional. Many professionals don’t necessarily take time out of their day to care for themselves or for their own business, and are often swamped by expenses or endless research. Solo practitioners know this burden all too well, and this is a big reason why we were conceived as a company.
Maintaining a healthy work environment while managing busy schedules, long hours, daily commutes, travel, and work event is incredibly challenging. Our site helps with time management when you need documents on the go, and provides another source of revenue off the work already produced in the courts. Work that is created by these professionals which is needed by others.
We are essentially the broker that allows the transactions between these parties, benefiting both in the situation, while creating a community that builds off one another’s experience and knowledge.
Attorney Docs is more than just an online marketplace, we are a movement for the legal profession, and we are just getting started.
Again, thank you to all attendees, exhibitors, and of course the ABA committee for all of their help and services. Attorney Docs looks forward to long and prosperous relationship with the ABA.