Thanks to the talented people at Attorney at Work, I share with you a terrific tool on this Change of Venue Friday: “A Field Guide for Mobile Lawyers”

A Field Guide for Mobile Lawyers

I’ve been interested in the topic, especially because we will feature mobile lawyering in an upcoming issue of Arizona Attorney. This guide helped me learn a thing or three.

Here is how Attorney at Work wittily describes the guide’s target readers:

“You can (and do) work anywhere—seat 32F, the B train, hotel bars, little league bleachers and wherever your feet (and your luggage) may land. With just a smartphone and a change of underwear, you’re off in a trice to tend to business in parts unknown. And even when you’re not on the road, you’re on. You are an ‘attorney at large.’”

Mobile lawyers may have brick-and-mortar offices too

Great photo of an Ottawa, Canada, mobile lawyer office (brink-and-mortar-and-shingle + online)

I’ve downloaded the guide myself, and I have to agree with their description of the contents: “advice on mobile technology and communications tools, favorite apps, planning tricks, avoiding travel booby-traps and much more.”

You may get the entire guide here. And as they say, it makes great airplane reading!

Have a great weekend.