If you’re a regular reader of any publications in the ALM/Law.com family, in recent months you’ve likely read your fair share of articles about law firms setting up shop in the metaverse and what the metaverse might have in store for law firms and the legal industry.

At one end of the spectrum, there’s the entrepreneurial New Jersey personal injury law firm Grungo Colarulo that, in December 2021, planted its flag as the first personal injury law firm to open an office in the metaverse. At the other end of the spectrum, there’s ArentFox Schiff. In February 2022, the firm staked its claim as the first Big Law firm to buy property in the metaverse in order to establish an office on it.

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