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Tool No. 2 in the #keeplawopen toolkit for lawyers!

Learn about the #keeplawopen Project 30-60-90 toolkit here. Learn about Tool no. 1 here.

This week the #keeplawopen Project 30-60-90 team is proud to present Tool No. 2!

A Lawyer’s Remote-Work Toolkit

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A toolkit in a toolkit? Yes. That’s exactly right, continue reading to find out why.

Working remotely can be great. You get more flexibility in terms time and location, and you save the money spent on commuting and eating out. You get to be closer to your loved ones. And, you can get more stuff done in less time by working smarter.

But working remotely can also be tough. The cherished flexibility can make it easy to erase the lines between work and relaxation. Your loved ones can quickly go from being a welcome addition to cramping your professional style. And while you can be more productive, that depends entirely on being well prepared.

Anyone who has worked remotely for any significant period of time can attest to the challenges it can sometimes bring. Even simple communications with co-workers can become difficult when you can’t see them face-to-face, and finding new clients and meeting them can be just as rough.

That’s why we’ve made A Lawyer’s Remote-Work Toolkit (Part I). Our toolkit-in-a-toolkit. It’s aimed at helping you reap the benefits of remote work, while avoiding its pitfalls. Our toolkit will help you increase productivity while enjoying the extra flexibility, and will also help you stay sane.

In the part I of Tool No. 2, we talk about how to set up your environment to successfully work remotely. Later we’ll talk about how to collaborate, how to make great video calls, and how to build remote teams and develop business online.

So dive in to our and learn how to set up your environment to successfully work remotely!

If you want to help, join our movement. And, if you need help, just ask.

Franklin Chou, New York, New York, United States

Zack DeMeola, Denver, Colorado, United States

Anna De Stefano, Milan-Rome, Italy

Horatiu Druma-Strugariu, Toronto, Canada

Jeff Kelly, Charlotte, North Carolina, United States

Ana Carolina Ramirez Herrera, Bogota, Columbia

Kenny Robertson, Scotland

Shelly Skinner, San Diego, California, United States

Orsolya Szabo, Hungary