California could not exercise specific personal jurisdiction over a Virginia law firm and its lawyers.  The lawyers had done nothing to avail themselves of California’s benefits.  They had a website with minimum interactivity not directed to California residents in particular but rather to veterans throughout the country.  The lawyers had Virginia bar licenses, not California ones.  Though plaintiff (their client) was a California resident when she contacted the lawyers and signed their retainer agreement, she moved out of state during the time the lawyers negotiated a settlement on her behalf with the Veterans Administration through that agency’s Arizona lawyers. Furthermore, plaintiff’s malpractice claim was not related to the lawyers’ California contacts.  The malpractice was allegedly in negotiating and urging plaintiff to accept the settlement, which the lawyers had negotiated from Virginia with the Veterans Administration lawyers in Arizona while plaintiff was living outside California.