Latest News

    • Another Article on this Change, Which we Testified For. NJ Ditches Bona Fide Office Rule Permits Virtual Practice (1/31/13)
    • NJ Adopts Rule Allowing Virtual Law Offices (1/23/13)
    • New Jersey court officials consider Pro Bono Rule for Aspiring Lawyers (10/23/12)
    • Law Firm Website Can’t Include Judges’ Comments: Has a Judge said Something Complimentary About you as a Lawyer... (via @lawyerist) (6/11/12)
  • NJ says Lawyers Can't use Quotes from Court Cases on their Ads. Lawyer Files Suit Claiming 1st Amendment protection (via @WillHornsby) (6/7/12)
  • Read our Comments to the NJ Supreme Court on its Proposal to end Requirement that Lawyers Maintain a Physical Office (4/13/12)
  • If NJ Allows Virtual Law Offices, Consumers Would see Lower Prices due to Competition from PA, NY Lawyers. NJ proposal (2/9/12)
  • New post: NJ May Revise Bona Fide Office Rule (via @StephKimbro) (2/5/12)
  • Big news. RT Donald Vanarelli: NJ State Supreme Ct Committee Recommends Attys be Allowed to use "Virtual" Law Offices (2/9/12)
  • New Jersey Bans Virtual Law Offices (4/6/10)

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