I am always open to new ideas and ways of working. That is how I got into the Legal Outsourcing world, and it is probably the single common trait that all my clients have had.
So, today I read in lawyerist.com about an App that would help manage my emails. It is free so, I signed up…only to receive the message above.
Here was me thinking I was an early adopter but I was not. Instead, I was at the way down a very, very long queue (or line, as I really ought to say after 3 years in the US) – but with many people joining it by the second. Even 1 minute later there were another 65 people behind me.
This is exactly the realisation that most lawyers face when it comes to Legal Outsourcing. They are not pioneering, they are certainly not the last to even investigate it, and they are 100% certain not to be the last.
LPO is low risk, it can add extreme value. Even for the smallest firm or solo practitioner, the opportunity to pass a lot of your work away to a trusted third party can save you hours each week and allow you to focus on the areas you enjoy more and add the most value.
Will you be the last to even investigate Legal Outsourcing?
By Edward Brooks
FYI – I started writing this 10 minutes ago, and there are now 651 people lined/queued up behind me.