Tuesday, November 28, 2006

A New Marketplace for Legal Outsourcing

We previously posted here on the growing phenomenon of law firm outsourcing of discrete legal tasks.  Robert Ambrogi's LawSites blog reports here that, starting today, a new website bidding and exchange process is up-and-running to allow licensed lawyers to outsource such work as "legal research and writing, due diligence and document reviews, Web site design, marketing or any other type of project."  The new site, LawSourcing, promises that "[p]osting a project is quick, simple, and free, and exposes your project to hundreds of skilled professionals around the world eager to help," leaving the bidder "to focus on the 'big' cases."  [Alan Childress]

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