Kenji is a trusted community marketplace for users to find, compare, and hire attorneys to help tackle their legal issues - online or from a mobile phone or tablet.
Whether you are forming a business, hiring an employee, or need a will, Kenji connects people to experienced attorneys, at any price point. Providing great customer service and letting you find the legal help that fits your needs is what we strive for.
Kenji is the easiest way for individuals and small businesses to gain control over their legal costs, and for attorneys to focus on the work they are passionate about.
Ken Minturn is the founder of Kenji. An entrepreneur at heart, he has a JD from the University of Alabama School of Law and a MBA from the Manderson Graduate School of Business. Comparing the way law is currently practiced to sound business principals led Ken to explore ways in which attorney's services could be provided more efficiently and could better serve the interests of clients and attorneys, ultimately resulting in the seeds of the idea that became Kenji.
Having graduated with a degree in Anthropology and Spanish Literature from Indiana University in 2015, Laura's love for people, communication and storytelling has grown with work in marketing. Coming from two previous SaaS startups, Laura's experience in PR and Digital Marketing has given her a knack for creating quality content and delivering it to the right people. When she's not sharing our story, creating content that helps users navigate the Kenji marketplace or helping customers use the app, Laura is off riding her bike up and down the hills of Bloomington, IN.
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