August 7, 2013 · 8:00 AM
Michael Moradzadeh: A New Business Model for Law Firms
A New Business Model for Law Firms: Rimon Law
Capitalizing on changes in technology and society, Rimon Law has created a new business model for law firms resulting in a degree of collaboration and efficiency unmatched in traditional law firm business models. The firm’s innovative platform allows attorneys and clients real-time access to their files from anywhere on the globe 24/7. Utilizing semimonthly firm-wide video conferencing, an internal social network and firm-wide retreats, Rimon ensures that every attorney at Rimon knows his or her colleagues very well. The result is a high degree of collegiality with Rimon teams tailored to meet the specific needs of clients.
Rimon has been named a “Legal Rebel” by the American Bar Association Journal and among the most innovative law firms in the US by the Financial Times.
Michael will discuss the evolution of Rimon’s platform and how the business model combines the best attributes of a closely-knit high-end boutique firm with the international presence of a global law firm.
“Rimon” [ree-mohn] is the word for pomegranate in Hebrew, Arabic and Aramaic. In the ancient world, the pomegranate was a symbol of excellence, community, and innovation. These are Rimon's core values.
Michael Morazadeh is the CEO and a Managing Partner of Rimon. He is in charge of strategic partnerships and recruiting for the firm. Michael's innovations with Rimon have received awards from the Financial Times and the American Bar Association Journal and have appeared in a wide array of international publications. Michael will be lecturing at Harvard Law School in the fall and has lectured at Stanford University, UC Berkeley Law School, and UC Hastings College of the Law. He sits on the boards of AJC and the Palo Alto Area Bar Association and is on the American Bar Association's Advisory Panel. - See more at: http://www.rimonlaw.com/professionals/michael-moradzadeh