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Disruptive Innovation In Medicine And Law

There's been a lot of chatter on a couple law blogs about Rachel Rodgers, a 2009 law graduate with a knack for marketing herself. She's licensed in New York and New Jersey but practices out of a home office in Arizona, where she's not licensed; I'm not sure if it's a "virtual law office," because I don't know what that marketing term really means, but I consider it to be one. Let's reflect for a moment on how novel that sort of law practice is. Not for Rachel in particular — she certainly didn't invent telecommuting — but historically: until ... Continue Reading