When you’re overwhelmed with work and the paperwork on your desk keeps piling up, that’s usually a good indication that you need help! Being busy is certainly better than the alternative when you’re running your law practice but in order to be the most effective and competent attorney you can be, you need help. That’s where outsourcing and delegation come into play.
My guest today is Kristin Tyler. Kristin is the Co-Founder of LAWCLERK, a service that helps attorneys hire freelance lawyers to assist with various projects. LAWCLERK provides a “win/win” scenario for busy lawyers who can match up with freelancing legal professionals who need extra work.
What You Will Learn in This Episode:
- What LAWCLERK is and what services they provide
- How this service helps alleviate the overwhelm for many lawyers
- What LAWCLERK’s process is for matching lawyers with freelancers
- How LAWCLERK remains ethically compliant
- The two states where lawyers can’t use LAWCLERK
- What does using LAWCLERK mean for the solo attorney?
- What steps are taken to maintain confidentiality and handle conflicts of interest while using the service
- How secure LAWCLERK’s technology is
- Who are the freelancers using LAWCLERK?
- What can and can’t the freelance lawyer do under the guidelines of Law Clerk?
- The steps necessary to sign up for the service
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