Tag Archives: virtual law practice

2009: A year of high-tech ethical pitfalls

Ethics got high-tech in 2009. From texting clients to virtual law practice to posting questions on a listserv, lawyers struggled with the collision of professional responsibility and the ever-expanding world of technology.

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Ethical pitfalls of virtual law practice

Practicing in a virtual law firm has growing appeal for small firm and solo lawyers. But along with the convenience, flexibility and cost-cutting benefits of a virtual practice comes a host of ethical pitfalls that lawyers should not ignore.

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Stephanie Kimbro’s virtual practice

Stephanie Kimbro doesn’t work a typical 9 to 5 job. Instead, she practices law early in the morning, late at night and during her daughter’s nap time. Her unique schedule is made possible by her Internet-only law practice.

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