Changes in the profession should expand outsourcing

By Savi Gupta,Clairvolex
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A recent survey of leading law firms in the UK and US by UK-based princeOMC and Legal Business indicates the direction in which legal outsourcing is currently heading.

Judging by the results, there is no stopping the flow of outsourcing.

Savi Gupta, Lawyer, Clairvolex Knowledge Processes
Savi Gupta
Lawyer
Clairvolex

Some key findings of the study suggest a number of factors.

By 2015, 20% of a law firm’s overall workforce (27% practice support, 15% legal work) will be offshored. At the same time, legal outsourcing will shift from onshore to offshore, driven by cost savings and talent availability.

The move offshore, however, may be complex, with law firms concerned about data protection, vendor reliability, and loss of control.

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Savi Gupta is a lawyer with Clairvolex Knowledge Processes, a Delhi-based legal outsourcing firm.

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