Our series Life at Rocket Lawyer is about our team; it will give you a peek into our people and culture. Meet our HR associate Tyler and his Rocket Lawyer story.
What the heck is the Electoral College? What a long strange trip it’s been. After a contentious and, at least in some circles, surprising election we are once again staring […]
Rocket Lawyer is excited to be host a fireside chat next Thursday, Oct. 27 at 6pm with Robert Scoble at our Headquarters in San Francisco! Scoble is a tech evangelist […]
Are you registered to vote? And do you know about your local and Senate candidates? We put together a FAQ to help you get your voice heard on the upcoming polling places.
Several of the 47 American vice presidents held decisive roles throughout the U.S. history. Now during this election year, we researched some interesting facts about this political position and the relevancy they’ll have after November 8th.
Almost 60 years after the first televised presidential debate, things have changed, and this event has been a conversation topic, pop culture reference and history has been made. We explored this topic and some tips to watch the debate tonight.
Labor Day celebrates our workers and we wanted to commemorate this date with these 10 facts about the origin of this holiday. Our workers drive America’s economy and embody the work ethic and will to create the best future possible, so here’s to you; Happy Labor Day!
Rocket Lawyer Founder and CEO, Charley Moore, wants to talk at next year’s SXSW in Austin, Texas, about the legal implications of VR/AR, and how companies can provide their offerings in a legal, ethical manner.
At Rocket Lawyer, we’re always working to improve your experience with our service. That’s why we’ve recently updated and redesigned our Terms of Service to clarify how our service works […]
This past week Nintendo unleashed Pokemon Go in U.S., Australia and New Zealand and subsequently jumped in value nearly 8 billion dollars: Pokemon Go has added almost $8 BILLION to Nintendo’s value.
10 facts about the U.S. Constitution, this document is said to be one of the United States’ greatest achievements, read more if you want to know why.
Last week, Diversity Lab hosted its inaugural Women In Law Hackathon at Stanford University. The Hackathon brought together more than 50 men and women in leadership positions in the nation’s most prestigious law firms to pitch their best ideas on how to support and sustain the advancement of women in law firms.