Here’s What the Future of Virtual Law Practice Looks Like

As all professional sectors continue to engage with and implement digital strategies, efficiencies and technologies, the future of law practice is becoming more and more virtual based each year.

Below Lawyer Monthly hears from Francine Ryan, lecturer in law and member of the Open Justice Centre at The Open University, on what exactly that might look like. Technology is transforming the way in which legal services are delivered, requiring lawyers to have new skills and competencies. Technology has facilitated the creation of the ‘virtual law firm’, with a growing number of legal professionals choosing to work ‘virtually’. So, what exactly is a virtual law firm and how do they differ from traditional law firms? What is a virtual law firm? A virtual law firm is a legal practice subject to the same rules and regulations as a traditional law firm but which uses technology as the...

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