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Web 2.0 and the law firm Web site (access required)

It’s safe to assume that the majority of law firms have a Web site. The Internet has been widely used for the past decade. And the know-how for creating a functional and profitable site has been around for nearly as long. A typical law firm site includes a mission statement, a list of practice areas, attorney profiles, ...

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  1. This looks like it will be an informative series of Web 2.0 articles for attorneys. Please also consider that some attorneys are now beginning to use their websites not only as educational tools for the public and ways to market their practices, but also by adding Web 2.0 technologies to their websites to deliver legal services online.

    I have operated a web-based virtual law office (VLO) for the past three years in North Carolina and now am working with other attorneys nationwide to set up web-based VLOs. There is a strong public demand for the delivery of legal services using technology which will continue to grow. Some attorneys are providing unbundled legal services through the Internet and others are adding VLOs to their existing traditional law offices as amenities to existing clients and ways to generate additional client revenue.

    Attorneys who embrace the use of Web 2.0 technology to meet this need, whether using piecemeal technologies only for certain law practice management tools or operating an entirely web-based virtual law practice, will have a competitive advantage in the near future.

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