Laura O’Bryan is the Co-Founder of MyVirtual.Lawyer, a national network of virtual attorneys committed to delivering client services in a non-traditional manner. She is also Co-Owner of the flagship law firm, O’Bryan & Moore, that provides virtual, limited scope services to self-represented litigants, individuals, and small businesses. Previously, Laura worked at Thomson Reuters, Westlaw for 12 years and comes to her roles with vendor perspective and inside legal technology experience.
In addition to MVL, Laura co-founded and serves as Vice-President of QLaw Arkansas, an LGBTQ+ Bar Association. She is currently a volunteer member on the Publications Board, Women of Legal Tech, and Futures Initiative committees for the Law Practice Division of the American Bar Association.
In 2019, Laura was named as an American Bar Association Women in Legal Tech Honoree. She is also a 2021 FastCase50 winner, and her firm has been recognized for its innovations with legal technology being given the 2021 James I. Keane Excellence in E-Lawyering award and getting Honorable Mention for the inaugural American Legal Technology Awards. She is also a nationally recognized speaker on topics related to legal technology, limited scope representation, virtual lawyering, alternative fees, and attorney wellness.
As more and more legal professionals do their work from home and on the road, the high overhead and inflexibility of traditional office models becomes less and less appealing. In addition, a growing number of clients are looking for flexibility in the way they interact with their lawyers. Enter the virtual law firm: an alternative […]