Everyday Law


Meet the Everyday Law team and browse their recent posts below.

Charley Moore

Charley is the Founder and Executive Chairman of Rocket Lawyer Incorporated. His experience as a lawyer working with consumer services, start up businesses, and small law firms taught him that something was missing–a simple and affordable way for everyone to understand and manage their legal needs. That’s why he started Rocket Lawyer. Read more

Mike Hower

Mike Hower is the Communications Manager at Rocket Lawyer and the Editor of Everyday Law and Article 3, the company's op-ed publication which drives the conversation at the intersection of tech, politics and law. He studied political science and history at the University of California, Davis and has spent time working for the United States Congress in Washington, D.C., helping Silicon Valley startups with public relations efforts and teaching English in South America. He also is an active voice in the cleantech and sustainable business scene. He is hopelessly addicted to travel and has a borderline unhealthy obsession with dogs, namely his golden retriever, Gerico.

Jenny Greenhough

Combining a love of writing and technology, Jenny started her career as a 6-year-old selling dot-matrix birthday banners to her friends. As Content Manager at Rocket Lawyer, Jenny developed online resources to help people find the legal information they need. She earned a B.A. in English literature from the University of Oregon, and an M.A. in film studies from Emory University.

Alex Savas

Alex is an editorial communications associate at Rocket Lawyer. She studied political science and international business at Santa Clara University, and graduated with honors in 2012. She has had the opportunity to work in marketing, publishing, and consulting in Barcelona, Berlin, and the Silicon Valley. As an avid student of American history, she juggles nonfiction and military history writing and editing projects on the side to stay sharp. She has an incurable case of wanderlust, loyally watches The Daily Show, and loves to volunteer in her spare time.

Justin Tenuto

Justin is a self-professed legal dweeb who finds Anton Scalia genuinely hilarious. After receiving his B.A. in English literature from UC Santa Barbara, he spent four years as a destitute touring musician before he began writing. He’s worked at a few start ups and law firms and spends his off time playing the banjo, watching Tombstone, and playing the banjo while watching Tombstone.

Matthew Hickey

Matthew is an entertainment attorney, blogger and music enthusiast. Having previously worked as an attorney in law firms both large and small, and now as a practicing solo attorney, Matthew believes that there has never been a better time to start a solo practice or small firm. By utilizing social media and new technology, small firms and solo attorneys can surpass their large firm counterparts in terms of marketing and providing clients with efficient, reliable legal services at affordable rates. When he isn’t wearing his “lawyer hat” he is humble-bragging about his extensive vinyl collection over at the food and music website Turntable Kitchen.

Stan Sinberg

Stan is an award-winning newspaper columnist, radio commentator, and features writer whose humor has appeared in everything from the NY Times to WSJ and MAD Magazine. Stan is a native New Yorker living on the west coast. His website is www.stansinberg.com and you can email him at stan@stansinberg.com or follow him on Twitter @ssinberg1

Matthew Kaufman

Matt Kaufman is the Head of Small Business Filing Services at Rocket Lawyer and is passionate about building a better way for businesses to get the legal services they need. He pulls from his experiences as a lawyer (and an occasional client) to find ways to improve the complexity and cost typically involved in taking care of legal matters.