by: Sidney Liquigan
Monday, September 11, 2017 |
Legal outsourcing, or legal process outsourcing (LPO), is the term used when law firms obtain legal support services from a third-party provider, this can be another law firm, a legal services company, or an outsourcing company offering LPO services.
Law firms acquire LPO services due to rising legal expenses. And as with any outsourced services, LPO provides efficient services at low costs. Aside from cost saving as the main benefit of LPO, it also adds business value by providing the firms more time and resources to allocate to higher level processes.
What are the processes that can be outsourced by law firms? Generally, you can outsource legal processes that do not require personal presence or contact like court appearances and negotiations.
The legal processes that can be outsourced include:
Additionally, law firms also can also outsource other business functions, such as:
By reducing payroll and overhead costs through outsourcing, law firms can become more efficient and flexible. LPO also helps firms become more profitable as it frees up their time so they can handle more cases.
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