The 7 Deadly Sins of Corporate Legal (Over)Spending: Breaking the Cycle of Legal Waste at your Company
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Chicago, IL (PRWEB) October 19, 2010
LawWriter.com, a leading provider of legal writing, research, coaching, tutoring and consulting services to lawyers and corporations across the United States, announces its new blog series mocking wasteful spending at big law firms. "The 7 Deadly Sins of Corporate Legal (Over)Spending: Breaking the Cycle of Legal Waste at your Company," launched in May 2010 at the LawWriter.com Blog, Brief Me. "The 7 Deadly Sins of Corporate Legal (Over)Spending: Breaking the Cycle of Legal Waste at your Company" is described by Jane Mayes Simon, LawWriter.com founder, former federal court law clerk, big law lawyer, and law review editor as "a siren song to those Counsels General forlorn at budgets laid waste, work undone."
The timing couldn't be better for a Big Law Mock Opera, according to Ms. Simon. "We're very excited to be able to offer lawyers and corporations a different model for doing business at rates below that which big firms charge for first-year associates," Ms. Simon stated.
"I got into this business because I saw a need that wasn't being met by the legal community," said Ms. Simon. "Legal fees have skyrocketed at a time when companies are being forced to take a closer look at the bottom line. Clients are looking for cost-effective, responsive, and personalized service," Ms. Simon stated.
LawWriter answers these concerns by delivering legal services in an innovative manner by eliminating costly overhead and inefficiencies inherent in the traditional law model. By reducing overhead and inefficiencies, such as sky-rise office space, layers of support staff, and inexperienced attorneys, LawWriter is able to pass along the savings to its customers. Moreover, there is no additional investment involved in using LawWriter, such as paying benefits or renting additional office space. "LawWriter allows lawyers to get through busy periods of their practice without hiring an associate or the worry of laying off that associate if business slows down. Law firms and corporations can use us and then forget about us until the next busy stretch," according to Ms. Simon. Customized services range from completing a polished finished project ready to file with the court to research to plug into a draft.
"What really makes LawWriter stand out from the other legal writing services is our decades of federal court experience," according to Ms. Simon. In addition, many of LawWriter's lawyers are former big law associates and law review editors and many serve as legal writing and appellate advocacy professors at elite U.S. law schools. They are meticulous about keeping up-to-date and employing cutting-edge techniques in the field. "I'm very particular when it comes to legal writing. After years of studying briefs as a law clerk, I've come to the conclusion that the best way to persuade judges is to be clear and concise. The idea is to take a complicated issue and make it seem simple and straightforward. So many lawyers seem to miss this point. At LawWriter, we hire only lawyers who believe in this same philosophy," said Ms. Simon.
For more information about the new blog series, please visit LawWriter's Brief Me blog and read the first post in the series "The 7 Deadly Sins of Corporate Legal (Over)Spending: Breaking the Cycle of Legal Waste at your Company."
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