Today I got an e-mail from Richard Susskind (legal futurist and law professor in the U.K.). He’s basically the reason I do anything online. I met him in person and we’ve had some nice email chats every now and then. Really, really smart guy.
Today, he forwarded to me an article he wrote for The Times. Here is the article (reprinted with permission):
I love the part where Richard writes “Non-lawyers need quick, affordable, practical and jargon-free guidance.” That’s basically why I developed my “quick, affordable, practical and jargon-free” legal forms with video tutorials and written guides