Virtual Lawyering

ebook A Practical Guide

By Mark A. Berman

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As a result of the public health crisis created by COVID-19, the legal profession is operating virtually more and practicing in person less. The legal profession will never be the same: attorneys will be litigating, arguing, closing transactions, and counseling individuals and corporate clients over virtual platforms, from the most commonplace tasks, such as a virtual notarization or executing a will, to holding virtual hearings before a court or closing on multi-million dollar transactions.

Whether you are a litigator, transactional attorney or in-house attorney, Virtual Lawyering: A Practical Guide will provide you with practical advice as you navigate through the virtual legal world and confront new issues such as: What is different when arguing an appeal virtually to a panel of state or federal judges? How should a virtual real estate closing be handled most effectively? How does the virtual practice of law implicate compliance with ethical obligations under the New York Rules of Professional Conduct?

Virtual Lawyering