Potomac Law was featured on the Disruptive Legal Innovations blog for its innovative business model. The author, Brian Peterson, noted:
Potomac’s business model is based on the simple idea that one can profitably increase the demand for high-end legal services by eliminating unnecessary infrastructure costs. By “unnecessary,” I mean, costs that do not improve the quality of legal services delivered to the client.
The author found Potomac Law’s model to be a win-win for all involved:
This organizational structure creates a win-win-win situation for clients, partners and Potomac. The client benefits because they can access high quality legal talent at a fraction of the typical price. The individual lawyer benefits because they can reach profitability quicker and avoid the intense pressure of high billable hour requirements. Potomac benefits because the lower hourly rate expands its total addressable market.
Read the full post here.