Recently updated on September 3rd, 2023 at 04:39 pm
LegalAtoms' mission is to make the justice system universally accessible using technology. Our key accomplishment is simplifying domestic violence and divorce cases. We focus on these areas as they are the most sought services, particularly by people who are vulnerable.
LegalAtoms is based in Seattle, and was launched by Microsoft and Amazon alumni.
LegalAtoms helps the general public by providing an online representation of a legal case.
Providing a free do-it-yourself (DIY) website
Offering flat rate packages so folks know what they will get and at what price
Removing the barriers in working with courts, and attorneys
Offering low prices for hiring quality lawyers
Benefits for Professionals
LegalAtoms cuts expenses for professionals like court officials, lawyers, legal technicians, and mediators by providing:
LegalAtoms allows legal professionals to setup their website for free on premium .com domains
Avoid mechanical work
When the clients first reaches you, they would have seen the process and answered all the questions with court forms prepared, giving you a head start to focus on the most intellectual aspects of the case
Reaching your audience
LegalAtoms provides a central place for clients to look for legal resources
When a client hires you, all the payment is paid upfront.
Chief Executive Officer
Mir is a software engineer whose area of expertise is in Machine Learning and finding insights in extremely large datasets. At Microsoft, he designed software used by Fortune500 companies to build complex websites. At Amazon and Expedia he led small teams for media and marketing optimizations. He holds a Bachelors from the University of Waterloo (Canada) and Masters in Computer Science from the University of Washington.
Chief Technology Officer
Raymond is a software engineer who has expertise in designing highly usable web applications. At Amazon, he built software optimizing shipping speed and cost. At a healthcare startup, he designed software technology that is easily tailored to different hospitals and insurance providers. Raymond studied at the University of Waterloo.
Lawyer, LegalTech Expert
Dan Lear is a lawyer and a pioneer in legal technology. Dan was the Director of Industry Relations for Avvo which did breakthrough work in establishing an online directory of lawyers and legal services marketplace. As a practicing attorney he advised technology companies from startups to the Fortune 100. Dan has been published widely in the legal industry press and has spoken at SXSW Interactive, Ignite Seattle, Georgetown University, Stanford University, ReInvent Law, and the National Conference of Bar Presidents.
Professor, Seattle University School of Law
Dr. Deirdre Bowen is trained in law and psychology (PhD). She is a nationally recognized expert in three areas: affirmative action, family law, and adjudication processes. She teaches at the Seattle University School of Law in the areas of Legal Writing and Family Law. Deirdre is the co-director of the Madrid Study Abroad Program in Law & Policy where she teaches Comparative Family Law. She was the lead negotiator at Call For Action, a national consumer protection organization, where she negotiated the largest settlement for consumer fraud in the history of the organization.
Lawyer and ex-Senior Manager, Microsoft
After a decade and a half in technology, Jody studied law and founded his own law firm. Working with domestic violence survivors he witnessed how difficult the law could be for people to navigate. He also noticed that, all too often, the client was treated more as a transaction and not with the level of care they deserved. Jody's vision was to provide people with reasonably-priced, compassionate, and competent legal representation for a wide-range of family law issues. He uses the skills he learned in the technology industry to reduce costs, lower conflict, and, hopefully, to make the most stressful time a little less stressful. Jody is a frequent speaker on family law topics at Seattle University School of Law, and he is also a member of the Washington State Bar Association Court Rules Committee.
Dean at the Golden Gate University School of Law
Colin is the Dean at Golden Gate University School of Law. His work concentrates on comparative environmental and land use law and policy. He has a law degree from Harvard Law School and degrees in modern history from both Cambridge and Columbia Universities. He was admitted to practice law in the State of New York. Before Tulane, Dean Crawford was a tenured member of the faculty at Georgia State University College of Law, where he founded and co-directed the Center for the Comparative Study of Metropolitan Growth. Dean Crawford has lectured and published widely in the U.S. and abroad, especially in Latin America. He teaches comparative environmental law and policy courses at both the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro and at the University of the Andes, in Bogotá, Colombia.
Serial Entrepreneur and CEO with multiple exits
Ted has led multibillion-dollar corporations in several different domains from healthcare to housing design to building materials. Ted founded Ensocare for improving care quality for hospitals which was acquired by About. Earlier, Ted founded Pacific Housing Materials Design (PHMD) which designed and built houses in Japan, Korea, and Hawaii, and was later acquired by the Japanese Tokyo Stock Exchange company. He was the CEO of Lanoga Corporation, a lumber and building material company, with revenues of $3+ billion. Ted was the chairman of the Laird Norton Company. Ted’s first career was in the aerospace industry at Sperry Flight Systems (Honeywell) and Rockwell/Colllins. Ted received his Bachelor of Science degree in mechanical engineering from the University of Michigan and an MBA from Wayne State University.