Slaving away at a high-powered midtown law firm for a few years can lead even the most ambitious attorney to fantasize about breaking away from the confines of a conventional law practice. As a result, a growing number of lawyers are exploring the option of handling part of their workload remotely, in the hopes of practicing law in a more flexible, comfortable and overall enjoyable manner.

Some of the more adventurous of these attorneys may even consider transitioning their entire practice to a remote location, as the prospect of redlining transaction documents while barefoot at the pool, or better yet while on a six-month cruise of the Caribbean, can be rather alluring.

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