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Where’s the office?
Where do lawyers and clients find the most up-to-date case law and legal resources? It's online. We love libraries, but we need the internet to survive. Read this article to find out how you can get an unbeatable client experience by meeting us online.

We still want to meet you in-person, but our main office is online. Experience over the past three years shows that online lawyers are well-positioned to provide quality of service. Operating in the cloud allows online-based firms to leverage technology, providing faster response times, more communication, and better services.

The COVID-19 pandemic further popularized tech trends that were already in motion. Here are the top benefits of working with your lawyer online:

More Communication - Lawyers often struggle to find time to communicate with clients by way of office appointments. An online office improves access to core services. Using videoconferencing, you and your lawyer have more flexibility to meet more often, more quickly, and more efficiently in more comfortable settings. This creates stronger relationships.

Better Collaboration - In order to negotiate and collaborate, lawyers share information. Lawyers who are strategically positioned to work securely in the cloud come prepared for internet security. This minimizes the risk of exposing private information when lawyers negotiate on your behalf, often via email. By operating online, your lawyer will have the most up-to-date resources and available information, already in a sharable format to keep you engaged and aware.

Mobility - If your lawyer operates from the cloud, she can work for you from anywhere. This matters in today's world as courts and tribunals shift to digital media and virtual platforms. Make sure your lawyer is comfortable navigating the post-pandemic legal landscape.

Read more about online law practices:

Legal Technology Trends to Watch in 2021;
Privacy Tech-Know blog: Videoconferencing;
Why virtual law firms are replacing traditional practices