Hybrid Law Firms: A New Model for Modern Legal Practices
In 2020, many firms transitioned from brick-and-mortar offices into fully remote law practices. Now, as businesses reopen their traditional offices, it’s worth asking: How should remote work shape the future of legal practice?
Many firms are exploring new hybrid models, combining elements of working in-person at the office and remotely from home or elsewhere—and offering numerous benefits—including cost savings and flexibility for clients.
Join Justin Osborn, founding partner of a hybrid (traditional and mobile) law firm, to find out if the hybrid law firm model is right for you.
In this free webinar, you’ll learn:
- What a hybrid law firm is—and what advantages it offers
- Important considerations when running a hybrid firm, including security, technology, and confidentiality
- How to get the most out of a hybrid work environment at your firm
Duration: 60 minutes
Hosted by: Emma Raimi-Zlatic
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Osborn Gambale Beckley & Budd PLLC
Justin Osborn is a founding member of Counsel Carolina, whose personal advocacy for fairness and progressive social policies led to the firm’s RV-based mobile services program. A former insurance adjuster and insurance defense lawyer, Justin now represents clients against the same corporate and insurance interests he once defended. Whether as a trial lawyer, estate counselor, or advocate, Justin has rededicated his career to making legal services more equitable and universally accessible for those in the community.
In 2019, Justin was named a Leader in the Law by North Carolina Lawyers Weekly as “one of the most influential individuals within our state’s legal community.”
Justin is a proud tribal citizen of the Cherokee Nation and was one of the first in his family to obtain a college degree. He graduated summa cum laude from the University of Oklahoma and the University of Virginia School of Law. He is licensed to practice law in North Carolina and South Carolina. When he’s free, Justin enjoys BBQing, woodworking, renovating his family’s 1940s home, and trying to keep up with his wife Andrea and their young daughter and son.