With changes in the legal market, interest in virtual law practice and unbundled legal services is growing. But many attorneys have only a vague sense of what’s involved in starting and operating a virtual law practice, and may believe that it’s more complicated than it really is.
Stephanie Kimbro, a veteran virtual practitioner, shares her experience in an effort to help attorneys get started in virtual practice and reach the clients who can benefit most from the flexibility virtual law practice offers.
Stephanie’s latest piece is , the second part in a three-part series for the Massachusetts Law Office Management Assistance Program. If you missed the first part of the series, an overview of virtual law practice and unbundled legal services, you can read it here: . Keep an eye on LOMAP for part three, or check back here to find out when it’s posted.