Low cost, flat fee services for people who represent themselves

Founder

Stephanie Harris

Stephanie has lived in many places, but has called Arkansas home since 1997. She is a proud graduate of UA Little Rock's Bowen School of Law. 


She has a background in journalism and worked for the public defender during law school. After graduating in 2006, Stephanie was a judicial law clerk and partner in private practice. In 2010, she became the first and only person to hold the position of Communications Counsel for the Arkansas Supreme Court.  


The Court ultimately eliminated the position after five years, leaving Stephanie without a job. So she opened a candy store! While that was really fun, it wasn't what she really wanted to do.


As Communications Counsel, Stephanie saw first-hand the challenges people have trying to navigate a complicated court system. She created Law to Go as a way to help people who represent themselves. 


Stephanie is driven to help people (she has a nonprofit, too), and wanted to be able to help, but still make a living. So Law to Go was born. 


Law to Go's mission is ensuring access to the courts by providing quality, affordable legal services.

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