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When it comes to legal representation, many people are at risk of slipping through the gap. The modest means gap, that is.
The modest means gap is an often-overlooked subsection of the population whose income is too high to qualify them for some pro bono services but too low to generally afford legal representation at full price.
The Commons Law Center, or simply the Commons, is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit law firm that’s specifically designed to close this gap. As discussed in greater detail below, what makes the Commons worthy of a case study is an innovative business model that generates earned revenue from paying clients while simultaneously minimizing costs and maximizing access and impact through a tightly controlled menu of unbundled legal services. The result is a mission-driven law firm in the A2J PeopleLaw space that has the potential to fund its own future growth.
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