This article is the second of four installments, designed to provide insight into operating a virtual law firm.
- What type of networking structure should a virtual law firm adopt?
- How can remote staff most effectively use technology to work together efficiently?
Although this is probably difficult for many younger lawyers to imagine, I, along with the vast majority of my law school classmates, graduated from law school in 1987 without ever using a computer. I considered myself to be fairly technologically savvy by rejecting a typewriter in favor of a new word processor, specifically a “speedy” Brother WP-500 that allowed me to save my documents onto 3.5" discs.