Charlene Quincy and Olea LLP featured on Canadian Bar Association website

Bricks and borders place no restrictions on the growing wave of virtual lawyers

By Alison Arnot, June 2009

Charlene Quincey, a Canadian living in Toronto, and Katy Sheehan, an American living in Washington State, both graduated from the City University of New York School of Law and wanted to work together. But they figured the distance would make that impossible. “We started to do some research, under the assumption that Charlene would move out to Washington,” says Sheehan. “Long story short, Charlene discovered a virtual law firm, and we decided to give it a try.”

Their firm, Olea LLP, “went live” in March 2009, offering a variety of legal services, including estate planning, wills and trusts, small business setup, contract and document review, legal research, and family law services — all online through a secure Internet connection from the Olea website.

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