You work hard, you work late, and you work a lot. This is what it is to be in a small business. Your work is on display. You can’t hide behind the corporate curtain. Your pride fuels you to do your best work for your clients. In turn, their satisfaction refuels you to do it all again. We know, because we’re the same.
The story of our clients is where we begin. Without their belief in us, our best work and our best selves don’t exist. This isn’t surprising. We’re human. Humanity’s crowning achievement is civilization. We’ve always found happiness in building, creating, and helping one another.
So, how do we help, create, and build? We start by focusing exclusively on Law.
We’ve learned the lingo, the workflows, and the various moving parts of how a law firm runs. We’re responsive and adapted to meet your needs. We answer the phone immediately, because no lawyer would be talking to us if they could write an email instead. We resolve problems the first time and we take action to prevent problems from arising in the future.
These may seem like simple things, but they aren’t. They display mastery of the extremely difficult. When the first, great Renaissance painter Giotto was asked to prove his ability as a painter, he took his brush and effortlessly painted a perfect circle. Genius is simplicity.
That is why our three guiding principles are simplicity, patience, and compassion. We’re all human. We must first understand who it is we’re helping before we can decide how to help. We must never stop improving or lose sight of the goal. We must work tirelessly to simplify technology for our clients until it fits seamlessly into their daily lives.
Sometimes people say they’ve forgotten what life was like before the iPhone and the internet. They can’t imagine being so disconnected, so powerless. We strive to make our clients more connected and powerful each and every day. One day, we hope our clients can’t imagine life without us.