Solo practitioner and entrepreneur Kimberly Hanlon is always going for the Wow.
She moved from New York City to Tulsa, Oklahoma, for family reasons. (Wow.) Tulsa turned out to be bad for her asthma so she moved to Minneapolis and her parents came with her.
She couldn’t find a law office-sharing space here so she started one – MoreLaw in downtown Minneapolis, which offers traditional and virtual office solutions for solo and small firm practitioners.
In Tulsa, Hanlon said, she found a community she could bounce ideas off of and also refer cases to and from. She wanted that here. A law firm wasn’t right and office-sharing wasn’t stable. “Neither was a good option. I saw a gap,” Hanlon says.
The result is MoreLaw, where a lawyer can have a real or a virtual office, with access to conference rooms and a war room. (Wow.) It also has a full kitchen with an oven and dishes that match and a TV lounge. (Double wow.)
She charges flat fees so attorneys aren’t dinged every time they make a photocopy and provides support services by the hour or by the project. (Wow.)
And, she has a Director of Wow working with her – her co-owner and mother, Sara Hanlon. (Exuberant wow.)