Virtual Lawyers vs Real Lawyers
By Team Legistify / 2017-03-16
Virtual lawyers are either solo attorneys working from home or lawyers belonging to a wider network of mobile lawyers who are leveraging technology to run a flexible business model with competitive pricing.

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Virtual lawyers run highly efficient, low overhead firms with no fancy brick and mortar office space. Virtual lawyers are either solo attorneys working from home or lawyers belonging to a wider network of mobile lawyers who are leveraging technology to run a flexible business model with competitive pricing.

A lawyer’s tools of the trade are generally his or her brain and the gift of speech. Our words, our communication, analytical and strategic skills and our ability to distil large volumes of information in order to advise clients define how we perform as a lawyer. Yet virtual lawyers also need ‘tools’ like any other profession or trade to run a ‘lean and clean’ operation and tech tools are our best friend.

So what apps and tools should the virtual lawyer have in his or her toolbox? Let’s take a look at the types of software and systems that will assist a lawyer in setting up a thriving virtual practice.

The Basic Virtual Toolkit

Broadly speaking, there are 6 areas you need to look at when launching a virtual firm:

Virtual lawyers are either solo attorneys working from home or lawyers belonging to a wider network of mobile lawyers who are leveraging technology to run a flexible business model with competitive pricing.

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