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How To Build A Virtual Law Practice

How to Build a Virtual Law Practice [Webinar]

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Get the essentials on building a virtual law practice from Brooke Moore, Esq. in this 34-minute installment of Webinars for Busy Lawyers.

What can you build with a virtual law practice that brick & mortar would obstruct?

Virtual law practices are an attractive alternate law firm model for attorneys who are looking to start a new practice or innovate their current one through utilization of technology. Going virtual means creating practices to improve mobility, efficiency, and accessibility. This webinar will introduce you to the concept of a virtual law practice and give you advice and practical tips for setting one up, including technology options. The webinar will include suggestions for expanding your firm and growing your team without taking on traditional employees, as well as the opportunity to discuss the benefits and challenges of a virtual practice.

You can download the presentation slide deck here.

About the Expert

Brooke Moore is the Founder of MyVirtual.Lawyer, a virtual law firm providing limited scope services to litigants, individuals, and businesses. She’s an ArkBar Leadership alum, Judith Ryan Gray Outstanding Young Lawyer recipient, ABA Law Practice Fellow alum, 2017 Women in Legal Tech Honoree, and a 2017 Fastcase 50 Award recipient.

 

Related Resources:

Remote Work and Pandemic Response Resources for Lawyers (Mass LOMAP Blog)

Essential Technology for the Remote Office from the North Carolina Bar CPM

A Legal Professional’s Guide to Securing Your Home Network [Webinars for Busy Lawyers On Demand]

CATEGORIES: Career Planning | Law Firm Management | Law Practice Startup | Technology | Webinars for Busy Lawyers
TAGS: virtual practice

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