QCI Law Partners with CrowdJustice Fund Raising Platform


Charlotte, NC (August 3, 2017) – Charlotte based Seward Tran LLP d/b/a Queen City Immigration Law is pleased to announce its affiliation with CrowdJustice, a crowdfunding platform uniquely tailored for litigation and legal projects. CrowdJustice represents a valuable tool that will help build a strong set of resources for many of our clients' legal cases.

CrowdJustice's mission is to ensure everyone has access to the legal system, not just those who can afford it at the time. Applying the crowdfunding model to the law is an ideal solution for clients who have a story to tell and need resources to assert their rights and/or seek legal relief.

“Our relationship with CrowdJustice is an unbelievable resource for our clients that need assistance raising funds for their cases,” said Sherrod Seward, Partner at Queen City Immigration Law. “CrowdJustice works directly with our clients to craft a webpage on its crowdfunding site to share their story with their support system and generous donors.”

CrowdJustice's platform allows anyone to raise funds through lots of small contributions from clients' own networks and other donors from all over the world. CrowdJustice has proven effective for both large and small cases; and has arranged funding for cases as little as $300 for initial advice, to as much as $300,000 for a large case to get all the way to the Supreme Court.

All our clients have to do to get started on CrowdJustice is visit https://www.crowdjustice.com/get-started/ and mention Queen City Immigration Law. For more information, do not hesitate to call our offices at (704) 741-9002

A few notes about using CrowdJustice

How long does it take to crowdfund?

Launching a case page with CrowdJustice can be done very quickly - many successful cases on our site have launched within hours, while others begin preparing weeks in advance of launching a page publicly. While case pages are active for 30 days, a well-executed effort can often meet its objectives in a matter of a few days. CrowdJustice understands that legal cases can be complex and has a case support team to help clients develop timelines suitable for your objectives.

Why do people donate to legal cases? Do people who donate have an interest in the outcome?

CrowdJustice a donation-only platform, and funds contributed through the site do not entitle donors to any rights or interest in a case. People donate for many reasons, but primarily they get involved because they understand that legal action can make a tangible difference in people's lives and communities.

How much money can be raised?

Fundraising targets should be tailored to the objectives of each case. In some cases, a small amount may be highly impactful to defray out-of-pocket costs or expert witness fees; other cases may require more extensive funding resources. The CrowdJustice case support team can help clients evaluate appropriate fundraising objectives for your case.

What are CrowdJustice Fees?

If a case is successfully funded, ~92% of the total funds raised on the platform go to your client trust account. If a case doesn’t hit its target, cards are not charged and no fees are collected.

How does CrowdJustice support the case?

The CrowdJustice team provides client with guidance and resources to position the crowdfunding effort for success – this expert team remains available to advise clients and answer questions throughout the crowdfunding process.