Meet new Corporate member from NSW Julie Bargenquast

Julie Bargenquast is the Practice Manager for Digital Age Lawyers, a boutique law firm with a difference. Based in NSW it’s a law firm without a traditional law firm culture. Read more about Julie’s journey and Digital Age Lawyers:

Name: Julie Bargenquast

Business Name: Digital Age Lawyers

Phone Number: 0402 186 455

Website address: www.digitalagelawyers.com

Email address: marketing@digitalagelawyers.com

Physical address: L8, 65 York Street, SYDNEY

What does your business do?

At Digital Age Lawyers our business clients experience:

• A boutique Business Law Firm that offers a full range of services that is outcome focused and results driven

• Our philosophy is ‘affordable, understandable and accessible’ business legal services.

• Customers drive our service and offerings through our Customer Service Charter.

• Our business legal services are from Start-Up to beyond the grave to protect client’s assets. • A guide when opportunities for growth arise and someone to keep them out of trouble.

• Flat organisational structure, online and on a screen near you, saving clients time and expense.

• A fun, friendly multidisciplinary team that is empowered to make decisions, reducing time delays and cost without a traditional law firm culture

• Innovative legal solutions that are not one size fits all.

What area do you serve? National and International

How long have you been in business? 8 years

Did you found the business? Katherine Hawes, the Principal Solicitor founded the business – I have been onboard for five years

Please provide up to 5 dot points about your business journey:

  1. I started my working life as a Registered Nurse .
  2. When I moved into working in information technology, I travelled the world on project assignments.
  3. In the 5 years I have been at Digital Age Lawyers, we have grown on average 36%, even during COVID .
  4. Customers say we are ‘easy to work with, authentic, real problem solvers and they can hear us smiling on the phone’.
  5. Our lawyers say ‘it is not like my previous firm’.

Name two things you’ve learned from your business journey? Resilience and resolution

Why did you join the Women in Business Network? The opportunity to meet more women in business has a great appeal. Katherine and I are two women in business and we understand the journey.