A subscription based law firm provides a useful option for small businesses that want legal advice. Lawyers previously offered legal services on an hourly basis, which made the costs unpredictable for many small businesses. Learn more about how this new business model can empower any new and growing business.

A subscription based law firm offers a new choice to small business owners.

A subscription based law firm offers a new choice to small business owners.

What Is A Subscription Based Law Firm?

Simply put, a subscription based law firm offers legal services to clients on a monthly fee. This differs from the traditional law firm model of billing for time. This also differs from DIY legal services which do not offer legal advice. And from prepaid legal services, which are also generally not law firms.

Despite the simple concept, there exist few subscription based law firms. The Creators’ Legal Program represents the longest-running subscription based law firm model, but there are others, including subscription based law firms that focus on a specific area of law, such as food law (among other niches). We believe that the model will catch on more in the coming years, so learn more about what this model means for your business.

 

How Can A Subscription Based Law Firm Empower Small Businesses?

Now that you know how what a subscription based law firm does, let’s dive into how it empowers small businesses.

That’s three ways that a subscription based law firms empowers small businesses. There are definitely more and as the model becomes more widespread, the benefits only increase.

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