Montage Legal Group

Montage Legal Group is not a law firm or a staffing agency; rather, it uses a unique business model to give law firms access to a network of independent contractor freelance attorneys that handle temporary or contract legal work remotely on an hourly or project basis. Montage handles administrative and billing tasks, allowing law firms and freelance lawyers to focus on legal projects. Whether a law firm needs law and motion work, depositions, business documents, court appearances or document review — or needs expertise in a specialty practice — law firms can turn to Montage to find the exact type of freelance lawyer they need.

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Goli Kalkhoran, host of the Lessons from a Quitter podcast, started her podcast to help people who felt stuck in an unfulfilling career find the tools and motivation to start over and create a life they love. She recently held her first live event in order to provide more support and collaboration for the Lessons from a Quitter community, which included a live recording of the podcast with Laurie Rowen, Pye Jirsa, Sara Rezvanpour Rose,…
Montage freelance lawyer, Bridget Gramme, is the Administrative Director of the Center for Public Interest Law and Adjunct Professor at USD School of Law, and an attorney member of the State Bar of California’s Task Force on Access Through Innovation of Legal Services (ATILS). Bridget is speaking on a panel at an OCBA Town Hall meeting on Wednesday, September 18th to discuss the ATILS task force’s proposed recommendations regarding regulatory changes to the practice of…
By Laurie Rowen On Thursday, October 3, 2019, Orange County Women Lawyers Association (OCWLA) will gather with members, supporters and friends for their 44th Annual OCWLA Gala and Silent Auction at Pelican Hill Resort in Newport Coast. This year, OCWLA will recognize Hon. Elizabeth Macias as Judge of The Year, Lei Lei Wang Ekvall as Attorney of The Year, and Walsworth for the Advancement of Women Award. OCWLA will also be recognizing CASA of OC…
By Lynne Boisineau On April 23, 2019, China’s government pushed through new intellectual property legislation with remarkable speed that made drastic changes to its current Trademark and Unfair Competition laws.  These changes reflect China’s desire to improve its IP protection reputation and to level the playing field for non-Chinese companies that are trying to register and enforce their trademarks and copyrights in China. China is a first-to-file country and the application fees for IP protection…
Join the Lessons from a Quitter Podcast community for their first Live Event! Goli Kalkhoran, host of Lessons from a Quitter, started the podcast to help people who felt stuck in an unfulfilling career find the tools and motivation to start over and create a life they love. The podcast highlights the stories of inspirational guests who have quit traditional careers to forge a new path. Montage’s co-owner, Laurie Rowen, was honored to be featured
By Lisa Dubrow The Electronic Retailing Self-Regulation Program (ERSP) is an investigative unit of the advertising industry’s system of self-regulation and is administered by BBB National Programs, Inc. An advertising campaign on Instagram came to its attention pursuant to its own monitoring program. ERSP found that Alo, LLC (“Alo Yoga”), a company that has multiple yoga studios and sells yoga accessories and clothing, failed to disclose the material connection between the company and its influencers…
By Laurie Rowen As women founders of Montage Legal Group, we are always happy to hear about other women in the legal field who have created innovative companies that change the way people practice law.  Dorna Moini is a perfect example of a woman entrepreneur who has been recognized in the legal community for her tech company, Documate.  We sat down with Dorna to ask her about starting a company and her vision for the…
The ABA Journal published an article in its April issue entitled “Freelance attorneys benefit from growing demand,” by Danielle Braff.   The article mentions Montage Legal Group as a company created to connect freelance lawyers with law firms, and explores the benefits of working with vetted freelance lawyers through platforms like Montage.  The article explains how freelance lawyers are independent consultants, and set their own rates per project.  The article also discussed additional benefits…
Meet Jessica Coffin! Jessica graduated from USC Law in 2008.  She began her career in litigation at Snell & Wilmer in Orange County, focusing primarily on product liability.  From there, Jessica embarked on the nomadic life of a military spouse and was unsure of how to maintain her legal career.  Since marrying her husband, a Navy JAG, Jessica has lived in Guam, California, Rhode Island, Hawaii, and back to Rhode Island where she currently lives…
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