Big corporations (including non-profits) can afford to hire teams of in-house attorneys to handle their legal needs. As a small non-profit organization, you probably can't afford to have an attorney on your payroll full-time. But you should still have a relationship with a non-profit attorney who can answer your legal questions and be proactive in making sure your organization has minimized its legal risks.
- Know exactly who to turn to with all of your legal questions.
- Pursue your mission without worrying that what you don’t know will come back to bite you.
- Save time—you have a non-profit to run that already takes more hours than you have in a day. When were you planning to become a practicing attorney too?
- Minimize the risk of litigation. (Yes, even non-profits get sued sometimes.) Most disputes could have been avoided with preventative legal advice.
- Be able to honestly say, “Our attorney will handle this.”
All General Counsel Clients get:
Non-Profits save ~20% off our standard General Counsel rates!
The Fine Print:
- General Counsel fees are locked in for one year. Each year, the Firm reserve the right to review your use of the Service and update your monthly or annual fee accordingly. We will always get your consent in writing prior to any fee changes.
- Third Party fees are additional and will be billed separately.
- Standard business contracts are typically no more than 10 pages and excludes commercial leases, property or business purchase agreements, franchise documents, investor offering documents, SaaS terms of service, and licensing agreements.
- Monthly clients may cancel at any time. Just let us know before your next scheduled payment runs.
- All fees and services described on this site are for information purposes only and are subject to change at any time. Until we have both a signed Engagement Agreement and your initial payment, the Firm reserves the right to quote you a new or different fee for services based on the unique legal needs of your non-profit organization.