Is it Time for Law Firms to Get Their Groupon?

I was thinking about this very question today.

Why couldn't a law firm offer a Groupon for their services? Why not indeed?

It is not so disimilar from offering alternative fees.

I had recently read about a women-owned firm who were offering flat-fee services for divorces, custody battles and the like.

Why not a Groupon?

I can see it now: 50% off Legal Services: $100 for $200 worth of Family Law Services.

I challenge someone to do this and report on the results.

What's the worst thing that could happen?

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Anonymous said...

This is what could happen. (North Carolina Bar says "no")

Lisa Salazar said...

You'd think a bunch of lawyers could write up a contract with Groupon that would avoid this type of problem ...

Carolyn Elefant said...

It's been done - http://www.legalmarketingblawg.com/2011/01/the-scoop-on-groupon-for-lawye.html


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