DigitalTown Launches Got.Law to Connect People to Lawyers Online

About 80 percent of the population in our country does not have adequate access to legal services. – William Hubbard

DigitalTown, Inc. OTC PINK:DGTW), a leading provider of smart city infrastructure, technology, and services, announced the launch of Got.Law and the Got.Law network, an innovative solution for finding qualified local legal advice

In the coming months, Got.Law will launch over 1500 local attorney directories in major cities across the world, beginning in the US. Each local directory will be housed at portals branded in the identity of each city for convenient recall, e.g., Austin.Law, Seattle.Law, etc, and all accessible via a single login for streamlined access to legal services and on-demand secure video conferencing.

For many consumers, the thought of finding and hiring an attorney is daunting. The Got.Law solution makes the process simple. First, people in need of legal services search for attorneys by location and practice area. Got.Law makes it easy to sort and filter results using factors such as price, payment methods, and additional practice areas. Once you’ve found your match, you can request a free initial consultation either in person or via secure video.

For the lawyer, the scheduling and intake process is completely automated allowing them to focus on the legal needs of the new client. Got.Law never charges people in search of a lawyer. The initial consultation is also free. Lawyers pay only for the booking requests that they accept. The model is compliant with State and Municipal Bar best practices and operationally efficient for all stakeholders.

“The launch of Got.Law follows DigitalTown’s October 2017 asset acquisition of JustLegal which has been developing solutions for lawyers and Bar associations since 2013. Following extensive consultation with executives of Bar Associations from across the country, it became clear that the Bar associations are ready for digital transformation, particularly as it relates to bringing the legal referral process into the Digital Age.” explained Rob Monster CEO DigitalTown Inc.

Individual city portals can also be either licensed by the local municipal Bar association, or can be collectively owned by one or more attorneys who have a shared…

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