Founder, EHG Law Firm
Of course, lawyering to improve access to justice provides a vital community service. But for small firms that are struggling to make ends meet, it may not be viable.
However, when attorneys break out of traditional practice paradigms, we see there’s a world of problems that we’re uniquely positioned to solve. Today, viable market strategies allow attorneys to use tech to scale legal solutions to be affordable to underserved markets — so a $50 solution is reasonable for the consumer and profitable for the lawyer. These solutions help address the access to justice gap but aren’t about doing work for free.
Erin will present the business case for how your practice can address access to justice gaps while increasing business through innovation and technology.
Erin H. Gerstenzang founded EHG Law Firm, located in Atlanta, Georgia. She provides client-centered legal services to clients facing drug and alcohol-related criminal offenses, and subscription legal services to new hemp businesses in Georgia. She also runs the EHG Law Firm Collective, where she leads a collaborative female mentorship-based group focused on developing legal and business skills to accelerate solo law firm success.
Erin has built a national reputation as a sought-after speaker on a variety of technology and practice topics, including legal ethics, design-thinking for law firms, automation, paperless systems, social media, and mentorship. She was honored by Fastcase 50 in 2018 and recognized by the ABA’s Legal Technology Resource Center as a Women in Legal Tech 2019.