Catherine Fleming had a specific vision when she started Fleming Law. Rather than stay at a larger firm or join another one, she wanted to build one from the ground up that did not depend on a constant and large stream of cases.
In fact, her vision for the firm is to maintain a flourishing practice based on successes from a small number of current cases. Yes, this means strict criteria are applied for each potential case. It’s not about the dollar value, but about whether the client has a compelling story or clear need for our services.
When Catherine began the firm, her favorite clients followed her because they knew that she was “in it to win it”. She treats each client like a family member. They have a direct line to her and can email, call or text her 24/7. Clients always know the status of their case.
“When They Only See A Fraction of Who You Are,” Trial News, September 2017 – The Trial News asked me to write a review of Caroline Frederickson’s book, Under the Bus. Ms. Frederickson is currently the President of the American Constitution Society and was a labor attorney an aide to Senator Tom Daschle.
Ms. Fleming has agreed to look at possible pro bono cases involved the intrusion of data privacy. She has taken on at one case on behalf of a client, who found an issue with insecure data on a nonprofit organization’s website., Cooperating Attorney, Electronic Frontier Foundation