Greg Garman is the CEO and co-founder of Lawclerk and a founding partner at Garman Turner Gordon. His law practice is concentrated in commercial and corporate bankruptcy and restructuring. He regularly represents debtors, trustees, official committees, secured creditors, and other parties in hospitality, lending, high tech, gaming, airlines, and real estate. Garman and his co-founders launched Lawclerk to provide solo practitioners and small firms with the resources of a larger firm. Leveraging a network of freelance attorneys, Lawclerk provides lawyers with skilled associate-level support without the overhead involved in hiring full-time employees.
A one-time film student with a lingering passion for cinema, Garman studied political science at Loyola Marymount University and earned his J.D. at Loyola Law School, Los Angeles.
Lawclerk co-founder Greg Garman expounds on how the pandemic, aka, the tech enlightenment period, opened doors for lawyers and legal business.
Greg Garman offers guidance for the future of small firm business models.
Greg Garman shares insights on legal business models and current supply and demand trends in the profession.
Greg Garman and Talitha Gray talk about their platform, Lawclerk, and how they help efficiently match freelancers with small shops needing a dose of expertise.
Greg Garman talks about New Solo’s new sponsor Lawclerk and what it offers to solo and small firm lawyers.
Greg Garman from Lawclerk talks about when firms should hire freelance lawyers to provide different levels of expertise and free up a law firm’s time.
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