About LegalWin

We're making the court system accessible to everyone.
If you can't enforce your rights in court then it's like not having them.

Our Story

After we went through the Small Claims process a few years ago, we realized two things. One, Small Claims has almost no resources to help those who need it the most and two, technology can help fix this problem.

We decided to start LegalWin because we knew that if we could make a step-by-step, simple application to help people go through our court system, we could have 100% court accessibility. We believe that the court system is a pillar of our country and needs to be accessible and fair for all to participate in.

Our Team

Spencer Simonsen
Founder

Spencer is an experienced software developer and has worked at several Silicon Valley companies. He was a lead developer at LendUp, a principal engineer at ClipMine and also worked as a developer at LinkedIn. Spencer has his degree in computer engineering and has been building software for over 10 years.

Dean Mercado
Sr. Developer

Dean is a senior fullstack developer with experience in multiple technologies. He has a deep understanding of Django and Python and also has experience in frontend engineering.

Our Advisors

Jason Fisher
Advisor

Jason is an experienced lawyer at Emergent LLP.

He regularly handles litigation matters involving international scope and public policy elements. Jason has clerked for the federal courts and worked with Am Law 100 firms and other preeminent institutions in the US and abroad. He is admitted to practice law in California, New York, and the District of Columbia.

Greg Demirchyan
Advisor

Greg is an experienced lawyer at Emergent LLP.

He advises technology startups and other early-stage companies. Greg regularly writes and teaches on topics relating to venture finance, corporate responsibility, computer fraud, crowdfunding, and the law of the European Union. Greg is admitted to practice law in California.

Jacob Rosenberg
Advisor

Jake is CTO and co-founder of LendUp.

Jake regularly gives technical talks in the Silicon Valley area and has experience building systems that scale to millions of users. Jake was also the 80th employee at Yahoo and CTO of Platform at Zynga.