Legal Process Outsourcing


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    Baker & McKenzie extends offshoring

    The international firm is looking to build on its Philippines operations at another global location.


    UK public sector cuts spend on law firms by 10pc

    A town hall efficiency drive has seen the spend by local authorities on law firms and barristers fall £18bn to £156bn in 2013/14, according to research from Thomson Reuters.


    Contract lawyers go global as Israeli service set up

    A contract lawyer service, LawFlex, has been set up in Israel, meaning that temporary lawyers are now available in large parts of the globe - the US, Europe and Asia, in particular - as an alternative to hiring a law firm in the traditional way.


    Efficiency drive cuts costs at CMS

    Some £72m has been saved by CMS in the UK through moves including its transfer to a state-of-the-art building in London and an outsourcing agreement with Integreon.


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