Come Join Our Team
Join a mission-driven team creating technology to empower ordinary people to stand up for themselves and get the civil justice they deserve.
We are currently seeking:
Senior Product Manager
We are looking for a Product Manager to join our team! A product manager must think like an owner of the product and make informed decisions to drive the success of the Quest for Justice app. Using legal, technical, and user data, you will decide on what problems are worth solving, how those problems should be solved, and how released features can be improved upon. You will be working closely with cross-functional teams to launch new features and expand on existing offerings. Your deep understanding of the different user needs in the legal space will direct both development and marketing teams to build and deliver product features that truly solve the market problems.
Senior Software Engineer
We are looking for an experienced software engineer to join a young development team. As a software engineer, you will be building product features for a web application while optimizing user experiences, security, and scalability. You will be working closely with the product manager and UI/UX designer to create user-friendly, intuitive, and practical interfaces, actively defining how the application should work as well as how it looks. You will be involved in all aspects of the product development lifecycle from planning to deployment, ensuring that a quality product is delivered and provides value to its end users.
Freelance Content Creator – Legal Blog
Quest for Justice is looking for legally trained freelance writers to create blog content. We are focused on expanding access to justice through the use of technology. Our mission is to empower ordinary people to be their own hero in the pursuit of civil justice. You will leverage your legal expertise to create blog content that boils down a variety of legal issues for laypeople, while guiding them through our platform and its benefits for them. Your blog articles will touch upon a range of issues encountered by self-represented litigants, from navigating the small claims court system to collecting on judgement.