Educational Tech & Media
We believe that like any modern service business law firms must be both educators and service providers of and for their clients. And once you are in the service business it is also important to be able to reach clients through the channels and mechanisms that they themselves are using to learn and do research.
This was the impetus behind Law Great, our firm’s first Youtube channel, which as of this writing has close to a million views and several thousand subscribers. Unlike other law firms we did not found a channel on Youtube to stream old, stuffy commercials. Instead, we focus on providing guidance to DIY immigration applicants. This is a group of people who may not be able to afford a lawyer, or have good reason not to want to work with someone to prepare an application. Yet, as attorneys who often practice in front of the USCIS and EOIR, giving professional guidance to DIYers provides a valuable service to them. For us it is rewarding.
The future for us involves designing a range of learning tool apps for immigrants and people involved with the criminal system. We believe that there is a lot 0f self-education that can be done with people if they are given the right tools. As we launch those apps, we will post them here.