Here's an interesting concept in outsourcing -- do it yourself!
"LawSourcing.com today announced their beta launch. This free site is a resource for licensed attorneys to obtain assistance for projects. This is ideal for lawyers in small firms who may not have available assistance to prepare documents or do research that is needed to prepare a case. It is also available to handle the business needs of running a successful law firm. LawSourcing.com has a growing database of legal support personnel who are qualified to lend assistance on a contract basis for one time or regular work.
"'After talking with many professionals who are either in-house council or belong to smaller firms, we have found a common thread: the desire to streamline processes while attempting to reduce overhead,' says Chad King, co-founder of LawSourcing.com, 'Outsourcing is an ideal way to handle legal projects without the expensive overhead of hiring a full time associate. It's about time lawyers had this proven, reliable resource that other professions have had available to them for years.' LawSourcing.com finally provides the means of finding professionals who are available to outsource the daily projects that need to be completed."