PERSUIT is a private online real-time RFP and bidding platform which enables client organizations to scope and receive competitive and easy to compare proposals from their law firms of choice.  By taking the pain out of the RFP process, clients can now manage their external legal spend efficiently and competitively. 

Our vision is one place for clients to achieve competitive pricing for their external legal spend.  Easy. Private. Competitive. We’ll keep your panel law firms on their toes.


Jim Delkousis

CEO and Founder

Jim Delkousis’ career in the law is one of expertise, achievement and leadership. In 17 years of partnership at leading law firms– first Mallesons Stephen Jaques (now KWM) and until recently, DLA Piper – he has lived the importance of the client relationship and problem solving.

In addition to a career in major project dispute resolution, Jim held a number of leadership positions. In 2007 he was recruited by DLA Piper to establish their disputes practice in the Middle East, where he spent the next six years building that practice from a standing start to a team of 35 dispute lawyers throughout the Middle East. Between 2011 and 2013 he was managing partner of DLA Piper’s Dubai office.  He then relocated to Australia to become the Co-Global Head of the firm's Infrastructure, Construction and Transport sector.

Jim’s experience working with sophisticated clients and lawyers across multiple jurisdictions sparked his enthusiasm for the PERSUIT concept. He believes passionately in the value of branded legal expertise and the importance of transforming how it is bought and sold.


Travis Johnson


Travis Johnson is a company executive and senior software leader. For more than 20 years he has been leading successful software businesses and development teams. His experience is leading expert teams to create innovative solutions. His passion is reducing the uncertainty of product delivery through constant communication and interaction with development teams and product users. His special talent is problem solving.

Travis’ initial area of study was in engineering with a Bachelor of Science, Mechanical Engineering from Montana State University-Bozeman