21 cities in Colorado among the first to receive Got.Law’s innovative solution for enabling citizens to easily find a local lawyer and schedule a free initial consultation.
DENVER (PRWEB) December 22, 2017
Got.Law has begun the rollout of the Got.Law Network with the selection of Colorado to be the first State to receive a series of locally focused legal directories and services hubs. The launch encompasses 21 of Colorado’s top cities including, Aurora.law, Boulder.law and Denver.law.
Got.Law is working to minimize the difficulties and inefficiencies involved with finding and hiring a lawyer; streamlining the process of gaining access to justice. Each locally focused site makes it easy for people in that particular community to find the legal services they need. In just moments they can find an attorney, schedule a free initial consultation, and choose to connect in person or online via Got.Law’s innovative Secure Video Conferencing Technology.
For solo practitioners to larger law firms, these localized websites offer a streamlined and cost-effective channel to help serve the local community, connect with potential new clients, and securely match calendar availability with inbound new client consultation requests.
Both the technology and the Founding team of Got.Law have roots in Colorado. In October 2017, Got.Law’s parent company, DigitalTown, Inc. (OTC: DGTW), acquired the technology assets of Congo Ltd., a Colorado Corporation founded by students at the University of Colorado Boulder in 2013. As the company was developing in Colorado the founding concepts and early software solutions were very well received by the local community as demonstrated by the various awards and honors the company has earned. In 2014 the company placed 3rd in the UNC Monfort College of Business Entrepreneurial Challenge televised on KTVD. In a separate competition the company was awarded 5th Place in the Blue Ocean Enterprises Challenge, which resulted in a significant sponsorship from IBM and latter that year won the Boulder Esprit Entrepreneur Venture Challenge. In 2015 the company was recognized as the Most Spirited Team at Catalyze CU-Boulder, came in 2nd place in Boulder Beta, and participated as one of the 10 international semi-finalists at IBM’s SmartCamp at LAUNCH! 2015.
Got.Law has announced the following 21 cities:
Castle Rock castlerock.law
Colorado Springs coloradosprings.law
Commerce City commercecity.law
Fort Collins fortcollins.law
Grand Junction grandjunction.law
North Glenn northglenn.law
“This is the culmination of years of effort following a clear vision for solving a set of common problems that prevent people from getting access to justice when they need it most”; said Frank R. Robles, President Got.Law, “Local legal communities want to solve this problem as well and our secure & free electronic intake processes and meeting support systems provide the technological components required; together we are changing the way people get legal help.”
Colorado residents in need of legal services can access the directories to find, compare, and schedule appointments with local attorneys for free. Lawyers residing in the above cities, can also sign up anytime at Got.Law/signup.
DigitalTown, Inc. (OTC: DGTW) is a leading developer of People-centric Solutions for Smart Cities that are sovereign, sustainable and interoperable. The solutions feature integrated tools for SmartSearch, SmartWallet, SmartWeb and SmartCommerce whereby residents and visitors search, connect, share and shop local as they co-create Quality of Life. The company is introducing a Blockchain-based solution using Ethereum Smart Contracts to enable local ownership of self-funding Platform Cooperatives in nearly 4 million communities around the world for Smart Communities.
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