Everything is digital. Files, photos, and jobs. Where once upon a time you had to wake up daily, face the commute work a flat 9-5, commute once more and get to bed nice and early because tomorrow it was going to happen all over – nowadays we are relishing in the digital age. Not only is it more accessible to study, then set up from home, it is easier and more cost-effective in most cases for larger companies to hire you. You’ve got fewer overheads, your work is more personalized, and you are keenly focused on the job at hand. And, smaller doesn’t mean ‘less good’ either. There are millions of highly qualified people at home, working the hours they like and providing out of this world work. A few you have probably already thought about careers like virtual assistant, content writer or perhaps an accountant. But, have you thought about a virtual paralegal as a career option? The first thing you should know is that a freelance contract virtual paralegal does need to be overseen by an attorney. VP’s can’t give legal advice or perform legal work for individuals. In most cases a VP will work with either a lawyer or a small legal firm, meaning they can oversee and sign off on work.