Frequently Asked Questions about
Legal Process Outsourcing / Legal Outsourcing
Legal Process Outsourcing is a growing area. Law firms and
corporate legal departments are increasingly using outsourcing their legal work
What is Legal Process Outsourcing / Legal
Legal process outsourcing refers to the practice of a law
firm or corporate legal department obtaining legal support services
from an outside law firm or legal support services company. When the
outsourced entity is based in another country the practice is
sometimes called Offshoring.
Can corporations use Legal Outsourcing?
Yes. In fact, in-house law departments of some
multinational corporations have been using legal outsourcing for many years.
What are the Advantages of Legal
Some of the empirical advantages that have
surfaced out of the practice of legal outsourcing are:
- Cost Savings: There is currently a
disparity in labor costs between the US and countries like India
for professional services. The cost of locating qualifies
attorneys and training them on US common law is still disparately
lower than that of a US attorney.
- Efficiency: Countries like India have a
time difference of 12 hours from the US. This time difference
works to provide a 24 hour work force if required.
- Quality: India has a rather large talent
pool of professionals including attorneys. India's intellectual
prowess has been proven in the field of software development and
is now being tapped for other professional services. The legal
community potentially serves to benefit from this as well.
Why Legal Outsourcing to India?
According to a recent study, India has huge
potential in legal outsourcing, with the number of jobs in the field
increasing to 79,000 by 2015. India offers the following advantages:
- The common law system
- Lawyers trained in the English language
- Legal Education in the English language
- Tradition of independent judiciary
- Freedom of Press
- Liberty to enter into contracts
Does legal outsourcing to India mean a
compromise in quality?
No. Because the legal process outsourcing
work performed in India by Legal Support Global is supervised by
Harvard Law School trained attorneys who understand the American
Our team of lawyers include those trained at
prestigious law schools in the U.S.A., the U.K. and India and are
supervised by Harvard Law School trained attorneys.
Can your law firm or company live without
You better answer this question for yourself. You
have to see, if everyone else is using legal outsourcing, can you
afford to be expensive than the rest.
What are the Special Advantages of using "Legal
Support Global Group"?
There are many advantages of using "Legal
Support Global Group," including the following:
- We have lawyers on our staff who are trained in
common law system in the USA, the UK and India, and who are supervised by lawyers who are admitted to
bar in the USA and India.
- We do not compromise on quality.
- We take care of concerns like confidentiality and the conflict of interest rules.
- We know the challenges and have a system and
set-up to surmount them.
- Our Attorneys include those educated at the
Harvard Law School and prestigious universities in the UK.
Is legal outsourcing to India allowed by
U.S. ethical rules?
What kind of cost savings can I expect by
legal outsourcing to India?
By outsourcing legal work to India, one can save
costs up to 60 per cent or more.
Can legal work be done faster by
outsourcing it to India?
Yes. During night time in the USA, its day
time in India. Therefore, the work can go on round the clock.
What is Our Motto & Goal?
Our Motto and Goal is to provide the best service
at the best possible cost without compromising on quality &
What kind of Legal & Paralegal Outsourcing
Services we provide?
We provide Legal & Paralegal Support to the
USA & European attorneys, law firms, in-house counsels
and legal departments of corporations including ,but not limited to, the following:
What are the areas of law covered by us?
We provide Legal Support to attorneys and
corporations in all areas of law, all para-legal areas including but
not limited to the following areas: