Strategies for Working Remotely
The emerging Post-Pandemic provides an opportunity to explore alternatives for working remotely, including home, shared, or virtual offices. Regardless of work location, remember to be stay cyber secure and keep connected with clients and colleagues. Also, comply with bar requirements for office addresses if working virtually and admission requirements if practicing across state lines. For more tips, read articles about Apps for Working Remotely, Bar Requirements for Physical Offices, improving WiFi at home, Moving Your Practice Between Jurisdictions, Places to Work Remotely Other Than a Coffee Shop, Recommendations for Remote Workers, Restrictions on Where Lawyers Can Practice, State Tax Withholding and Other Obligations for Remote Workers and What to Consider Before Giving Up Your Office. Also see the annual update to NCBE's Guide to Bar Admission Requirements and the ABA's book about Virtual Law Practice.