Helping lawyers manage and grow small law firms.
While the unbundling trend may be starting out with larger firms for startups and entrepreneurs, it will make its way to down to smaller sized firms and encompass many more areas of law. All lawyers can benefit from learning techniques for unbundling and using technology to deliver services online.
Open source software can be used to supplement technology in a virtual law firm.
In a virtual law practice, dependent on technology to operate, carefully select a malpractice insurance policy that provides adequate coverage.
Keepass provides an open source, easy to use solution to password management to increase security of the mobile law office that runs on cloud computing.
New models of delivering legal services online raise alternatives for attorneys wanting to dip their toes into the waters of elawyering, but they also raise interesting ethical issues.
Law schools can create a curriculum that provides the practitioner with the necessary tools to practice in an increasingly digital world.
A client engagement letter for a virtual law practice is more complicated than the brick-and-mortar variety.
Marketing your unbundled legal services to stay competitive in an increasingly DIY market.
Attorneys considering a virtual law practice should consider recent ethical debates.
Before offering unbundled legal services, an attorney must explain exactly what services will be provided at what cost to the client. A virtual law practice providing these services should operate with this specific process as the foundation for all transactions.