Justice HQ Will Soon Become A Face Of Legal-Tech Industry Believes Co-Founder Robert Simon
Technology has completely changed the world that we are currently living in. As years pass by, innovations in technology are becoming highly common. Workplaces are naturally following these innovations and adopting them in their daily operations. However, in some industries, professionals are still hesitant to use technology. As a result, people like Robert Simon are stepping forward to make them realize how they can benefit from technology. Robert Simon is the co-founder of a modern-day technology-integrated law firm called Justice HQ.
Robert Simon initially founded The Simon Group back in the year 2009. At that time, practicing law was very hard, and starting your law firm was even harder. He had just graduated from Law School and was new in the industry. It took him nearly 3 years to gather finances to establish his firm alongside his twin brother Brad Simon. In 10 years, they were able to scale up their firm and they became quite popular among the masses. People started to consider them as an authority in the legal industry. Consequently, they received resumes from lawyers across the nation to be able to handle the ever-increasing number of cases and particularly the ones in which they didn’t specialize.
This led Robert to think of a more efficient way to manage their operations. He, his brother, and their head of marketing, Teresa Diep, then came up with an interesting idea to tackle the issue at hand. They decided to transform Justice HQ into a place where lawyers could work and network together while being able to access resources that could help scale their businesses. As a result, Justice HQ is today one of the fastest-growing law firms.
To become a member of this prestigious law firm, Robert Simon also gave details about the hiring process. They carefully screen all the applicants so that only the best is selected to become a part of Justice HQ. Even the founding members and board of directors at Justice HQ were subjected to the screening process. They don’t want to discontinue their elite selection process. Once someone has passed the screening process, they can access Justice HQ’s online platform which contains a remote mailroom, member-driven document bank, a secure messaging platform, and a member directory, and educational video content. Flexible workspaces and conference rooms across Downtown Los Angeles, Torrance, and Orange County can also be accessed by the newcomers. Justice HQ is at present looking to expand its facilities to San Diego and San Francisco.
Robert Simon believes Justice HQ is the future for the legal industry. He believes that the legal tech industry will soon grow into a multi-billion dollar one. Justice HQ not only makes it easy to survive in the already tough and competitive business but also assists attorneys to step up their quality of life by offering an enhanced work-life balance.