Member Since 2021
Ryan Anderson is the Cofounder and CEO of Filevine, the leading cloud-based collaborative work solution for law firms and businesses across the United States and Canada. With over 25,000 professionals using Filevine every day, Filevine provides top-rated automation tools to law firms, legal departments, and businesses, including case, matter, investigation, and project management software. In his work as an attorney before Filevine, Ryan was constantly bombarded with urgent tasks and problems. Facing that stress, he decided to move beyond handling urgent problems and instead built a system that would solve the problem. He found a team of software engineers who were obsessed with cloud-based collaboration and clean, intuitive design. In the basement of his law firm, Filevine came to be. Before starting Filevine, Ryan was a Founding Partner at a western-states law firm focusing on personal injury, mass torts and employment class-action. As a lawyer, Ryan personally litigated hundreds of cases, including numerous successful trials and 7-figure settlements. Ryan is a proud husband and father of 5 children and resides in Salt Lake City, Utah. His goal is to change the face of legal work and help lawyers be happier, less stressed, and better able to achieve their goals.
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Filevine, the leading legal work platform, is changing the way legal work gets done for law practitioners and their clients. Filevine is dedicated to empowering all organizations that have high-stakes, highly regulated work with tools to simplify and elevate complex legal work. Powering everything from document management to client communication, over 25,000 legal professionals use Filevine daily to deliver excellence in every contract, deadline, and result. Filevine is the top legal software company on the Inc. 5000 list and is among the top 50 fastest-growing privately-owned software companies according to the 2020 Inc. 5000 list.