It seems British lawyers are jumping on the “virtual law firm” bandwagon. They seek to develop “a fresh way of working,” using technology ”to give a streamlined service without the traditional law firm infrastructure” and offering ” greater value for money and certainty on fees.” Sounds familiar!
I just stumbled across an interesting article called “Building a Virtual Law Firm” by Joseph Kashi, an attorney in Alaska. His article was written six years ago, but it highlights some trends that have only gained speed since then. Kashi first points out that there is nothing new about “virtual” law relationships; most attorneys regularly [...]