Virtual Law Partners

vlp.pngLast year in May Steve Matthews mooted the idea of a virtual law firm and sparked interesting comments, a couple from folks who were in such practices. Now big hitter Craig Johnson has teamed up with some others to make a big splash with their Virtual Law Partners, based in San Francisco. From the bouncy (but effective) website, it seems that they’re aiming at individuals, families and perhaps small businesses.

Law.com has a piece on the startup, which will fill you in on the fees, the predictions, etc. — but not on who else is doing the virtual practice thing. For that you’ll have to go to Slaw, and the comments on Steve’s post.

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  1. href=”http://www.VirtualLawPartners.com”>
    Hi Simon. Thanks for your mention of our firm, Virtual Law Partners LLP (“VLP”). FYI, our partners’ practices primarily focus on corporations. We represent companies at all levels:
    -Start-up and early-stage companies: VLP often acts as an out-sourced General Counsel
    -Later-stage, pre-IPO companies: VLP acts as corporate counsel with respect to the company’s strategic business matters as well as its day-to-day commercial and I.P. transactions, executive compensation, stock administration and general corporate matters. VLP also represents its later-stage private clients in venture financings as well as other private equity financings and prepares companies for its IPO or acquisition.
    -Public corporations, large and small, for contracts, licensing and other technology transactions, follow-on offerings, Mergers & Acquisitions; executive compensation, stock administration and general corporate matters.
    -See our website