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Free CLE: How to Work With Contract Lawyers to Save Your Firm Money, Increase Profits, and Get Your Life Back

Please join us for our FREE CLE Webinar series this Thursday, September 23rd at 12PM EDT!

Register for How to Work With Contract Lawyers to Save Your Firm Money, Increase Profits, and Get Your Life Back
Guest Presenter: Lisa Solomon

Outsourcing is the wave of the future. But it doesn’t necessarily mean sending work overseas, and it’s not just for big firms. Solos and small firms can garner many benefits by outsourcing substantive legal work to independent, US-based contract (a/k/a freelance) lawyers.

Topics covered in this course include:

* Benefits of outsourcing work to a contract lawyer (including making your practice more profitable, gaining work/life balance, and increasing professional satisfaction by outsourcing tasks you don’t like to do)
* How to find a contract attorney to work with
* What a good contract lawyer should bring to the table
* Ethical issues in the outsourcing relationship

Your Host Will be Contract Lawyering Expert Lisa Solomon:

Lisa Solomon was one of the first lawyers to recognize and take advantage of the technological advances that make outsourcing legal research and writing services practical and profitable for law firms of all sizes. Through Lisa Solomon, Esq. Legal Research & Writing, she assists attorneys with all their legal research and writing needs, including preparing and arguing appeals and drafting substantive motions and trial memoranda. Through Legal Research & Writing Pro, she shows other lawyers how to start and run successful practices as contract (freelance) attorneys and teaches lawyers in all practice areas how to write more persuasive briefs.

Lisa is the author of many published articles about appellate practice and procedure, and has also written extensively about the field of contract lawyering. A nationally-known speaker, she frequently presents continuing legal education courses about legal writing and contract lawyering. Her innovative law practice has been featured in such periodicals as the National Law Journal and the ABA Journal, and in a number of books about legal careers.