A virtual law firm is a practice that does not have a traditional brick-and-mortar office, and whose employees are usually self-employed consultants. These satellite lawyers deliver services to their clients using technology to communicate. With the uptick in the general population’s understanding of technology and the need to regulate costs for both lawyers and clients, many attorneys are transitioning to virtual law practices. Here are the five most essential factors to consider before taking the virtual plunge.
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