5 Things You Should Know if You Want to Work Virtually

The number of Americans that work virtually continues to grow. While it has its advantages, it also has its drawbacks. Here is a list of 5 things you should know if you want to successfully work virtually.

77 West Wacker's Latest Shared Office Space Caters to Chicago's Attorneys

Amata Law Office Suites’ newest attorney office space location at 77 W Wacker in downtown Chicago offers premium space for your firm in a prestigious setting. Featuring private offices as well as coworking and virtual space on the 45th floor in Chicago’s Legal District, it’s the perfect location for your firm.

The Benefits of Amata’s Community, Amatanet

Amata Law Office Suites understands that social networking isn’t just for college kids anymore. Instead of your run-of-the-mill platforms that encompass many diverse industries over a large spread of various regions, Amata focuses its community, Amatanet, specifically on its members - those that hold virtual, coworking, or private office space.

Guitar Chicago: Relieving Stress & Providing Outlets for Busy Chicago Attorneys & Other Professionals

Amata Law Office Suites’ member James Lenger of Guitar Chicago is bringing stress relief and renewed focus to attorneys, IT professionals, those in the finance industry, and more with guitar lessons - and all for an impressively low cost.

There is No Turning Back, Mandatory E-Filing is Here July 1st, 2018

The Illinois courts have been moving towards e-filing – albeit slowly. The original date of January 1st, 2018 was pushed back after Cook County Circuit Court Clerk, Dorothy Brown, and Chief Judge, Tim Evans, filed a joint request to push back the start date a full year. They were granted six months and as of this Sunday, July 1st, the six month extension will have come to a close.

Law School Students Get Exclusive Treatment at Amata

Amata is aware of how hard and costly it can be to get your law firm up and running. And for law students, if you want to be successful in the legal world, you need more than stellar grades and an innate knowledge of law.

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