A new legal company that emerged out of Stanford Law School, LawGives, has introduced a platform designed to enable lawyers to offer unbundled legal services over the Internet as standardized, set-priced products, or “packages.” The company will also help lawyers create and price custom packages tailored to their own practices.

The platform became available yesterday to lawyers and will be opened to consumers starting May 1.

For more details, see my article published yesterday at Law Technology News: Start-Up Launches Platform to Sell Packaged Legal Services

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