How to Build a Virtual Law Firm (and Why You Should)

Learn how a virtual law firm operates, why running one is advantageous to lawyers and clients, and how you can build one of your own.

Virtual Law Firms: A New Model for Modern Legal Practices

As more and more legal professionals do their work from home and on the road, the high overhead and inflexibility of traditional office models becomes less and less appealing.

Enter the virtual law firm: an alternative practice model that opens up new possibilities for law firms and their clients.

Join Cynthia Morgan-Reed, Founder & CEO of Vanst Law—an award-winning virtual law firm, for this webinar where you’ll learn:

  • What a virtual law firm is, and how it works
  • Why you should consider starting a virtual practice
  • How to get started on your firm’s virtual path

Duration: 60 minutes

Hosted by: Emma Raimi-Zlatic

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Cynthia Morgan-Reed

Founder & CEO

Vanst Law

Cynthia Morgan-Reed founded Vanst Law, a virtual law firm, in 2018. Ms. Morgan-Reed founded Vanst because she believes strongly that every person should be paid what they are worth. Vanst pays partner-level attorneys at least 70% of their collectibles. It also provides a great culture based on equity, transparency, and consistency. By being virtual, Vanst cuts out the bloated overhead costs of traditional law firm models and passes on those savings to its clients and attorneys. In its first year of operation, Vanst grew 500% in 10 months. This year, Vanst Law won the 2019 Reisman Award for Best New Law Firm. Ms. Morgan-Reed lives in San Diego with her husband, young children, and their well-neglected and well-loved dog. She graduated from the University of Notre Dame Law School.