World-class legal for every-size business
Expertly-crafted legal documents should be accessible and affordable for businesses of every size.
At SixFifty, we deliver the world-class legal expertise of Wilson Sonsini in user-intuitive software, as a service, to make corporate legal more efficient, more compliant, and more beneficial for every company. We bring automated legal expertise to the enterprise, with the only platform built specifically for the needs of businesses.
How we fulfill our brand promises
Take the hassle and guesswork out of legal docs
SixFifty helps companies craft the legal language they need to protect their business through using a straightforward question-and-answer process that is more efficient than a back-and-forth with outside counsel.
Work with law-firm confidence
Create expert legal documents at scale for any sized business. The law is a trust business, and our document engines are built in concert with legal experts – a firm advantage.
Our document engines allow generalists to to create customized documents like a specialist.
Always be compliant with continuous monitoring
SixFifty clears the way for an automated legal future–in which businesses have real-time visibility and legal insight into compliance or employment practices in real time.
Expand General Counsel’s expertise in practice and reach
General Counsel can be less reliant on outside counsel and work at the top of their capability and HR can be more agile with employee agreements and handbooks made push-button simple and law-firm smart.
We make the law more accessible – less expensive and complicated - for companies and individuals, so that everyone can comply and scale the best legal advice that you would get from the best attorneys
Kimball Dean Parker
Kimball Dean Parker
Kimball is a lawyer who cares deeply about making the law more accessible. In 2017, he founded LawX, the legal design lab at BYU Law School. LawX works with law students to build products that help people who can’t afford attorneys. LawX has released products addressing debt collection, eviction, and asylum that have helped thousands of people for free.
In 2019, Kimball founded SixFifty to bring Wilson Sonsini-level expertise to as many people and companies as possible. SixFifty has helped tens of thousands of people and businesses to create top-tier legal documents.
Matt Jacobs is Chief Sales Officer and Co-Founder of SixFifty. Previously, Matt held leadership positions at OnCourse Learning, Praedo Institute and Moen Incorporated.
Marie’s passion is to make the law straightforward for everyone, regardless of education level or income. Marie has worked as a judicial law clerk for the US Fifth Circuit, as a commercial litigator, and at BYU Law as an Assistant Dean and the Director of the legal design lab.
When she isn’t nerding out on Privacy Law or presenting on webinars, Marie loves to travel. Her favorite destinations are in the backcountry of Utah’s national parks, but you’re also likely to find her at a national park on another continent.
Ryan spent a decade litigating cases for the Department of Justice and U.S. Intelligence Community before joining Sixfifty, where he has happily traded arguing cases for collaborating on projects. At the time, Ryan was the first member of the Legal Product Team, and Sixfifty offered only one product. Today, Ryan leads a robust and growing Legal Product team that offers over a dozen products that make the law more accessible for businesses and individuals.
Ryan lives in Maryland with his wife and four kids and enjoys coaching youth soccer, camping in the Adirondacks, and hiking the Appalachian Trail.
Jared is a software developer, but he’s also a guy you can count on.
Steve is the keymaster for SixFifty (think Rick Moranis from Ghostbusters). He loves the way numbers help us tell the story and plan for the future.
Prior to joining SixFifty, Steve worked in public accounting at Ernst & Young where he completed audits for both public and private companies. Since then Steve has also worked for various public and private companies, including Sportsman’s Warehouse, SoFi, Teem, and Artemis Health.
When Steve is not deep in an Excel spreadsheet, he enjoys running, biking, swimming, boating, four-wheeling, coaching soccer, and spending time with his wife and four children.
Sarah is an energetic problem solver who focuses on the magic of bringing people together—digitally, in-person, or at a taco cart. She has an extensive background in marketing strategy and thought leadership, and has worked for major brands such as Adobe, WeWork, and Qualtrics.
In her spare time, Sarah enjoys spending time with her family, and hiking with a pit bull (or two). In her car she enjoys belting out a show tune (or five).
Ransom leads SixFifty’s Pro Bono and Social Impact work. He joined SixFifty in early 2020, and found joy and purpose in helping promote SixFifty’s free tools supporting people who can’t afford legal help. Ransom formally took over as Vice President of Pro Bono in December of 2021.
SixFifty believes that the law is for everyone, just like public parks and libraries. That’s why we devote part of our time and resources to creating free legal tools for those who can’t afford legal help.
Ransom is the lead singer in King Niko, a dance-rock band based in Salt Lake City. He once filled in with Panic! at the Disco when King Niko was performing alongside them at a show. Ransom looks forward with great anticipation to his royalty checks, which can total many cents, and even dollars sometimes.
Dan is a creative product leader who loves working with specialists much smarter than him to develop innovative technology businesses. He has led the launch of new tech products in a wide variety of industries: live-streaming video, learning management systems, gig marketplaces, and real estate tech.
Outside of work, he spends almost all of his time transporting, coaching, or hanging out with his five kids.
Jordan has 10+ years experience with channel & partnership markets. He has led teams on both a domestic and international scale. Making an impact on a company’s business and developing lasting relationships with clients and partners is how he measures his success.
Jordan lives in Utah. If he’s not at home wrestling his 3 little boys or spending time with his wife, you can find him losing golf balls on the nearest course.
Avery is a compassionate, driven, and detail-oriented professional who is committed to putting the customer first. Since she began her career in marketing and account management, she has worked with some of the world’s biggest brands, including Starbucks, AARP, Disney, and Western Digital.
In her free time, she enjoys traveling, attending concerts, and playing golf. She also appreciates a good sense of humor.
Emily is a helpful hand to everyone and enjoys assisting customers in achieving their goals. Emily has over 5 years experience in the Customer Success field and has been with SixFifty since 2020. She enjoys reading, eating, and traveling.
Todd leads SixFifty’s software development efforts. He’s passionate about creating software that elegantly solves complex technical problems, delights customers, and contributes to revenue growth. He has years of experience building software at companies of all sizes, from Fortune 50 companies such as Morgan Stanley to small startups such as Teem, which had a successful exit of over $100 million.
Tess is an experienced growth and digital marketing professional specializing in expanding revenue and demand across channels. At SixFifty you can find her analyzing and optimizing paid activities, creating new campaigns, and collaborating with sales. With a diverse background in events, operations, analytics, and advertising, Tess prides herself on being a marketing leader prepared to take on any challenge. In her past 12 years, she has lead marketing efforts for IPOs, managed marketing programs bringing in over 25m in pipeline and implemented new account based marketing strategies during her time at Nasdaq, Packsize and Pattern.
Legal Product Team
Austin is dedicated to translating the myriad consumer privacy laws around the world into plain English to help companies build robust, flexible privacy programs. He has advised companies ranging from tech titans to small startups in his work at law firms. He has also worked on Capitol Hill briefing members of Congress and their staff on privacy issues.
Austin does the New York Times crossword every day and is passionate about a wide variety of nerdy subjects. He graduated from the University of Virginia School of Law in 2013 and dreams of moving back to Charlottesville someday.
Adam graduated from the University of Texas with a degree in Spanish, then attended the University of Michigan Law School as a Clarence Darrow Scholar. After graduating, Adam served as a federal judicial law clerk and worked for several years at large law firms in Utah and New Mexico, specializing in intellectual property and commercial litigation. At SixFifty, Adam leads the team developing our automated employment documents.
When not at work, you can find Adam traipsing around the mountains in New Mexico where he lives with his wife, two kids, and dog named Turkey.
Derek is an experienced corporate attorney who is passionate about the intersection of the law, technology, and business. Before joining SixFifty, he clerked for a federal appellate court, practiced in mergers and acquisitions at a law firm, served as general counsel to an international bioplastics manufacturing company, and founded Code180.org, a live and online workshop that helps non-technical professionals learn the fundamentals of computer programming in 180 minutes. As part of SixFifty’s legal product team, Derek helps oversee the development of SixFifty’s Business Docs.
When he’s not drafting legal documents, Derek loves riding Onewheels, performing in cover bands, and hiking with his wife and four children.
William Frescas is a Legal Products Associate at SixFifty, focusing on privacy. While in law school, they served on the mentoring task force for the Utah Center for Legal Inclusion (“UCLI”) alongside illustrious members of the legal community, including members of the Utah Supreme Court and professors from BYU and University of Utah Law Schools.
After law school, they worked as Chief General Counsel for Encircle, a multimillion-dollar nonprofit. While there, William provided expert and strategic legal advice to management on various topics such as employment law, business law, diversity and inclusion, and internal policies and governance.
Josh attended Westminster College where he earned undergraduate degrees in both Psychology and Justice Studies. His time in undergrad taught him that access to justice is not always a sure thing, and while writing his thesis he realized that he might be able to help untangle the esoteric mess that we call the law. He went on to receive his JD from University of New Mexico.
Before joining SixFifty, Josh worked at an employment law firm in Albuquerque, NM, representing both sides of the employment line: employer and employee.
Josh enjoys travel adventures. He has gone climbing and kayaking in Thailand and backpacking across Patagonia. Josh also enjoys spending time with family, and has made it a tradition to go salmon snagging in the winter with his dad.
Connor has a curious mind and creativity that helps him create innovative solutions to legal problems at SixFifty. Working for SixFifty right out of J. Reuben Clark Law School has helped him stay nimble and tackle legal problems in creative ways. He played a critical role in creating the Employee Handbook and has helped keep employers on the cutting edge of state and local pandemic responses.
When he isn’t automating the law, Connor can be found rock climbing, baking, playing Dungeons and Dragons, or piloting Princess Peach in Super Smash Brothers Melee (2001).
D’Mia is a graduate of Southern Utah University with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Philosophy and Political Science, and a minor in Legal Studies. Prior to joining SixFifty, D’Mia worked alongside several litigation attorneys at a Salt Lake City-based law firm and worked under the direction of several Utah judges at the district court before that.
Outside of work D’Mia enjoys competing in pageants and listening to stand-up comedy.