Friday, January 11, 2008
A blog named Legal Process Outsourcing has a guest post by a gentleman named Tariq Hafeez, describing services his company offers for those wishing to outsource legal research and writing (shortened by Hafeez to the acronym "LR&R," which reminds me of the old triumvirate of education: reading, 'riting, and 'rithmatic). Or perhaps those who employ the service intend to enjoy some rest and relaxation from the drudgery of research and drafting.
The post's title has another unusual use of English--unless "verbing" nouns has now become standardized--"Offshoring of Legal Research and Writing." Thanks to Law Librarian Blog for bringing this one to our attention.