Lee Rosen set off a series of blog posts written by other attorneys related to virtual law practice last Friday. I’ve posted some comments on the different posts, starting with Lee’s. So rather than re-hash the debate, I’m going to link to the different posts below in the order they were written.
There different ways to approach the analysis of whether of not virtual law practice is a good fit for your solo practice or law firm or a good fit for your clients or practice area. These posts highlight a couple of those positions, but they are far from complete in analyzing all of the various forms or structures of elawyering to deliver legal services to clients online.
Lee Rosen, “What the Virtual Law Office Advocates Aren’t Telling You.”
Carolyn Elefant, “The Virtual Law Office Debate: Virtually Impossible To Succeed or Not?”
Susan Cartier Liebel, “The Virtual Law Office Debate…Really?”
Richard Granat, “Framing the Discussion about Virtual Law Firm Practice.”
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