LawClerk

In today’s episode of How It Works, we learn about LAWCLERK, where attorneys go to hire freelance lawyers and virtual associates. LAWCLERK’s mission is to make general practitioners and law firms more profitable by outsourcing projects to more than 3,600 freelance lawyers with all levels of experience and expertise.
To introduce LAWCLERK and demonstrate how it works, I am
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LAS VEGAS, January 4, 2021 —LAWCLERK, the leading online marketplace for freelance lawyers, announced the rollout of a subscription based program to boost the working relationship between busy attorneys and a nationwide network of talented freelance lawyers. 

 
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LAWCLERK, an online marketplace where solos and small firms can hire freelance lawyers, is expanding today into a new kind of offering — subscription-based virtual associates.
Since its launch in 2018, LAWCLERK has focused on enabling smaller firms to hire freelance lawyers to assist them on a project-by-project, as-needed basis. LAWCLERK says it now has more than 3,100 freelance
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LAWCLERK, an online marketplace where solos and small firms can hire freelance lawyers to assist them with specific projects, is today introducing a feature that allows hiring lawyers and freelancers to instantly meet for voice and video calls.
The option is available directly from within open projects on the LAWCLERK platform,  where users will now see a “Start Meeting”
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