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Are you challenged by the costs and logistics of maintaining your office, distracting you from the practice of law?

Many small firms are successfully moving part—or even all—of their practice to a virtual setting. This even includes multi-jurisdictional practice spanning several states and practice areas, although solo and small partnerships are still the largest adopters of virtual law.

Can you do the same?  The new article Mobile in Practice, Virtual by Design from author Jared Correia, Esq., explores how mobile technology bring real-life benefits to a small law firm.  Read this new article—the next in Thomson Reuters’ Independent Thinking series for small firms—to explore how a mobile practice:

  • Reduces malpractice risk
  • Enables you to gather the best attorneys to fit the firm, regardless of each person’s geographic location
  • Leverages mobile devices and cloud technology to enable on-the-spot client and prospect communication

Download your free PDF copy of Mobile in Practice, Virtual by Design to learn more about best practices for operating a partial or fully virtual practice.