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What types of legal services can a find?

Currently, LawPitch is designed for lawyers who practice in the following areas:

  • Business Law
  • Contract Law
  • Real Estate Law
  • Family Law
  • Wills & Estates Law

How do I get started?

Create a free account and profile to get started. We'll notify you when jobs are posted for the legal services and in the areas which you have selected.

How will I get paid?

When a client accepts a proposal, they pay the full legal fee to LawPitch. Beginning on the 14th day of each month, LawPitch will transfer all of your previous earnings from the previous month to you by PayPal or cheque.

Connect with local clients looking for your services

  • EXPAND YOUR PRACTICE

    Get access to new clients. We'll notify you when new jobs in your practice areas are posted near you.

  • GET STARTED FOR FREE

    It's free to create an account and submit proposals. Clients pay a transaction fee when they accept a proposal.

  • HASSLE-FREE BILLING

    Since clients pay us when they select a proposal, your legal fee is transferred monthly and guaranteed.

  • REDUCE YOUR CLIENT ACQUISITION COSTS

    With LawPitch, there are no up front costs and our 10% fee is only charged when your proposal is selected.

Common Questions

All you need to do to get started is create a free account. Once you confirm your email address, you will have access to legal jobs posted in your legal jurisdiction. These are a few tips to help you get set up with LawPitch:

  • Set up notifications to get the most our of LawPitch. Pick (i) the cities where you work; and (ii) your areas of expertise. When someone posts a job in one of your cities and in one of your areas of expertise, we will send you an email with a link to the job.
  • Add a profile picture.
  • If you charge a sales tax on legal services, add your tax rate and LawPitch will allocate your bid between your legal fee and tax.
  • Want to get paid faster? Add your PayPal email and we will transfer your earnings to you through PayPal.

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You can view and bid on jobs posted by clients in your jurisdiction. For the United States, Australia and Canada, this means your state or province; for the United Kingdom and New Zealand, this means your country. If you want to focus on jobs in a particular city or in a specific practice area, you can filter jobs by city and practice area.

Set up Notifications

Set up notifications to get the most our of LawPitch. Pick (i) the cities where you work; and (ii) your areas of expertise. When someone posts a job in one of your cities and in one of your areas of expertise, we will send you an email with a link to the job.

Lawyers can submit proposals with fixed fees for legal jobs. Lawyers can also choose to add disbursements, in which case they will need to bill the client separately for the disbursements at the end of the job.

You can ensure you have all the details you need to confidently submit a proposal by asking questions. You can ask the client questions before or after you submit a proposal. In order to ensure the proposal process is fair for all lawyers, all questions and answers will be visible by by other lawyers.

Yes, you can change or delete your proposal any time before the time for proposals ends.

When a client accepts a proposal, they pay the full legal fee to LawPitch. Beginning on the 14th day of each month, LawPitch will transfer all of your previous earnings from the previous month to you by PayPal or cheque.

You must make at least 3 attempts to contact the client within 2 business days. Your client will have 10 days to cancel the arrangement, so be sure to perform any conflict checks immediately and be cognizant of the cancellation period in deciding when to commence work. If the client cancels within the 10 day period, you will not be paid the legal fee.

It is entirely up to you and your normal practice. LawPitch is not involved in the actual provision of legal services and its terms of service do not govern the lawyer-client relationship.

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