Curo is passionate about the forward march of the legal profession. We work with legal industry clients of all kinds to advance their own visions for the profession through consulting, design, and development services.
Curo is comprised of lawyers, designers, and developers who care deeply about the future of the profession and the evolution of legal technology. We spend our days focused on changing the way lawyers practice and the way consumers interact with the law and receive legal services. We enjoy what we do immensely and we love working with like-minded clients.
Our Executive Team
Chad Burton, CEO
Chad is a former litigator who developed one of the nation’s first “new model” law firms, leveraging cloud-based technology and modern business practices to develop a lean virtual law firm. Chad has an unhealthy obsession with experimenting with the latest legal and productivity technologies. If there’s a possibility it can be leveraged to better practice and serve clients, chances are he’s tested it out and annoyed the rest of the team about it.
Chad serves on ABA Law Practice Division’s Council and as Chair of the Division’s Futures Initiative. He also serves on the Governing Board for ABA’s Center for Innovation. He regularly speaks around the country on topics related to legal technology, virtual law practice and the future of the legal profession.
Chad has been quoted and published in publications like the ABA Journal, Inc., the Atlantic, and Entrepreneur Magazine. Chad was named to the Fastcase 50 list of global legal innovators in 2014 and received an award by ALM for the Most Innovative Use of Technology for Firm in 2012.
Will Harrelson, Director of Technical Operations
Will is a practicing attorney and tech nerd who brings his own experience testing, refining, and implementing the most agile and efficient legal technology to CuroLegal. As the proverbial third-leg of the CuroLegal stool, Will is always challenging the CuroLegal team to “see if there is an API for that” to help us further our clients’ goals. He also works alongside clients to take a pragmatic look at improving their legal technology and operations using his own experience constantly refining a law practice.
Will is a regular CLE and law school presenter on ethics, legal technology, and firm operations and serves on a number of non-profit boards related to education, economic development, and community revitalization.