Tech Driven Access to Legal Services - in-Court’s app for legal professionals, brings appearance attorneys to the forefront of technology. It is a precision tool for attorneys who now, with quick efficiency, can locate, identify, access a profile, text, speak, and transfer files and funds with one another, and court reporters, and translators – all for immediate action.
By connecting stand in lawyers, the legal profession is finding last minute support. Paving the way for modular legal services, with predictive analysis and machine learning, to educate today’s judiciary with the assets of tomorrow.
By swiftly cutting through the court’s inefficient scheduling or vicissitudes of events, in-Court will also be increasing the courts efficiency, a further bonus for the public bringing innovation into delivering fairness. The busy professional can streamline representation for greater access to justice.
in-Court, the directly intuitive communication platform providing instant coverage for lawyers, court reporters, and interpreters. Document transfers, live chat, exchange fees, profile building, and more – much more.
In-Court is the highly efficient backup that aids in the creation and maintaining of a unified legal practice.
In-Court gives you incomparable professional status, compared to other methods of coping with being unable to appear, by having a living stand-in of legal stature appear for you. Plus, it helps the courts run smoothly.
In-Court gives greater access to the judiciary process thereby lowering the cost of litigation for your clients by more efficiently adjudicating their claims.
In-Court transfers documents between Smart Phones, with instant updates after hearings, now, at the moment. No cumbersome emailing, running to the court docket, or waiting for postal deliveries.
Since inception to set-to-launch, in-Court has run the concept and a description of details past literally thousands of attorneys through such social and specialty media platforms as LinkedIn, Facebook and Lawyers.com.
The response was overwhelmingly positive.
An immigration lawyer in San Diego texted us,
“Need this product pronto, have no problem recognizing the value this will provide for my practice.”
A civil litigator in Miami said,
“This will immediately transform my practice; it’ll give me a far more efficient firm.”
A criminal defense lawyer called from Texas stating that she,
“...couldn’t believe that it took so long for someone to come up with this.”
To maintain and properly utilize requisite knowledge and skill, an attorney must keep abreast of changes in the practice of law, including but not limited to, the ever evolving and expanding use of electronic technology, which is currently taking over rote tasks while affecting how we think about the practice of law.
Legal technicians are now able to advise on non-court matters resulting in the next paradigm shift being the high-tech courthouse, complete with the in-Court app, meeting the needs of attorneys servicing both their client’s and the court’s needs.
A leading legal-tech company’s general counsel recently wrote that if technology can make legal help more widely available, then the profession has an ethical duty to make it happen.