The launch of Theory and Principle was covered today on Bob Ambrogi’s LawSites Blog.
We’ve officially launched! We can’t wait to work with you.
LEGAL TECHNOLOGY VETERAN NICOLE BRADICK LAUNCHES NEW DIGITAL PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT FIRM
Theory and Principle, a legal technology design and development firm, announces its launch today. The company is founded by legal technology veteran Nicole Bradick, who will serve as CEO.
Bradick, a former lawyer, is launching Theory and Principle after leaving her position as a partner with legal innovation firm CuroLegal at the end of 2017. While at CuroLegal, Bradick led the product development team that built a number of highly acclaimed digital products like Hate Crime Help (www.hatecrimehelp.com), Veterans Legal Checkup (www.veteranslegalcheckup.com), ABA Blueprint (www.abablueprint.com) and LawHUB (www.mylawhub.nysba.org).
Based in Portland, Maine, Theory and Principle is the only software development firm focused exclusively on building custom legal technology. As the legal industry’s interest in technology increases as a way to improve efficiency, find new ways to deliver legal services, create access to justice for consumers, and more, Theory and Principle is poised to be the premiere provider of strategy, design and development services to this market globally.
“Our team’s mission is to continue to evolve the global legal market and systems of law and justice through technology,” said Bradick. “We are focused on bringing our clients’ visions to life and creating effortless digital experiences,” said Bradick.
Theory and Principle is a 100% women-owned enterprise.