Our Mission

Strut Legal was founded by Aaron Krigelski and Samantha Gill, who saw a need for a company whose sole focus would be on creating the best eBriefs possible.

After spending more than a decade working in the litigation services industry, they recognized there was no company dedicated exclusively to supporting both law firms and the courts with this increasingly requested service. Enter Strut Legal.

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Samantha Gille, eBriefs Expert

Samantha Gill
Principal

I began my career in litigation consulting in 1999 at the nation’s largest litigation services firm. While there, I managed presentation technology and eBrief projects for law firms across the country, working closing with attorneys, paralegals, and litigation support staff.

Additionally, I consulted with legal professionals in law firms and at the corporate level to develop presentation strategies for budgets of all sizes. I thoroughly enjoy partnering with law firms, getting to know what my clients need, and developing the best solution for their practice.

Aaron Krigelski, eBrief Expert

Aaron Krigelski
Principal

Since I began making eBriefs in 2000, I have prepared thousands of interactive filings for some of the largest litigation in the United States.

I have created eBriefs for nearly all of the Federal jurisdictions in the United States as well as many state courts, numerous arbitrators and mediators, and specialized venues such as the International Trade Commission (ITC), International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) and International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes (ICSID).

I spent 11 years as the lead eBrief designer at one of the largest litigation consulting firms in the country.

Today, I am the co-owner of Strut Legal, Inc. and am dedicated to serving the legal community through eBrief training and education, and eBrief creation.

With nearly 30 years of experience creating eBriefs or submission with hyperlinks, we are the preeminent experts in this industry.

Do you need a hyperlinked version of a court filing or ebrief?