LawSourcing.com Announces New Legal Outsourcing Service For Lawyers

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LawSourcing.com today announced their beta launch on the Internet at http://www.LawSourcing.com. This free site is a resource for licensed attorneys to obtain assistance for projects and easily take part in the legal outsourcing movement. This is ideal for lawyers in small firms who may not have available assistance to prepare documents or do research that is needed to prepare a case. It is also available to handle the business needs of running a successful law firm.

LawSourcing.com today announced their beta launch on the Internet at http://www.LawSourcing.com. This free site is a resource for licensed attorneys to obtain assistance for projects. This is ideal for lawyers in small firms who may not have available assistance to prepare documents or do research that is needed to prepare a case. It is also available to handle the business needs of running a successful law firm. LawSourcing.com has a growing database of legal support personnel who are qualified to lend assistance on a contract basis for one time or regular work.    

"After talking with many professionals who are either in-house council or belong to smaller firms, we have found a common thread: the desire to streamline processes while attempting to reduce overhead," says Chad King, co-founder of LawSourcing.com, "Outsourcing is an ideal way to handle legal projects without the expensive overhead of hiring a full time associate. It's about time lawyers had this proven, reliable resource that other professions have had available to them for years." LawSourcing.com finally provides the means of finding professionals who are available to outsource the daily projects that need to be completed.    

LawSourcing.com allows attorneys to hire, evaluate and pay professionals to handle legal and non legal projects that are required to run a successful law practice. Legal outsourcing work can include research, drafting memos and discovery, due diligence or peer review. LawSourcing.com also has professionals available who are ready to handle business needs of a law firm such as creating web space, writing articles, print ads or business peripherals. The process to use the site is quick and easy with only a few steps needed to register.

"'It's about time' is the motto of LawSourcing.com," says Todd Fisher, co-founder of LawSourcing.com, "and with all the work attorneys are responsible for it is about time that we had this type of service available to us. Often paperwork piles up and there is not the budget available to hire full time staff to handle it. We give a service that is easy and affordable to assist with this." LawSourcing.com will accept a variety of legal and legal support projects for contract personnel to bid on. Attorneys can evaluate service providers based on communication on the site as well as previous ratings before hiring someone. There is no obligation to hire anyone from the site.

Projects are only accepted by licensed attorneys at no cost to them. Contractors may be attorneys, paralegals, writers or other professionals who have experience dealing with legal issues. Contractors bid on a posted project and a small percentage of the total bid price is used to help fund the site. The attorney puts the bid price into an escrow account via a secure payment system until the project is completed and accepted. Attorneys can contract on a service then rate the contractor based on their performance. Once the project is accepted the funds will be released to the contractor.

About LawSourcing.com:

LawSourcing.com was founded by Chad King and Todd Fisher in 2006 to provide a venue for attorneys to outsource projects to qualified professionals. Mr. King and Mr. Fisher have many years of experience in the technology industry negotiating and structuring outsourcing agreements. Attorneys can use the service to outline projects and obtain bids for contract work from an extensive, nationwide database. All negotiations are done online from the convenience of the computer. For more information, visit http://www.LawSourcing.com.

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