Consumer-facing legal tech is having a “moment.” With a global pandemic tightening many budgets, and some states moving to loosen prohibitions on who can provide legal services, the long-term demand for online marketplaces and do-it-yourself legal tech solutions is likely to reach new heights. 

“This is the moment where native digital legal tools are absolutely essential to the legal profession, and more importantly, natively digital legal tools are absolutely essential to justice being served,” said Rocket Lawyer CEO and co-founder Charley Moore. Rocket Lawyer was one of the first legal tech companies to be approved for Utah’s “regulatory sandbox” program allowing nonlawyers to provide certain traditional legal services and authorizing new legal business models. 

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