The ‘World’s First Robot Lawyer’ Is Set To Take On Its First Court Case
Browder, who became “an expert” in finding loopholes to get out of paying fines while racking up parking tickets during his time at Stanford University, said that he created the company “by accident.”
Now, the founder aims to use his creation to eliminate the extensive fees that consumers face from racking up parking tickets.
Browder believes he has created a workaround that will not only help people avoid paying the tickets but the legal fees associated with hiring a lawyer to help them fight their case.
“The goal of this company is to make the $200 billion legal profession free for consumers,” said Browder.