Hiring Contractors in a Law Firm

Working with a contractor or a remote provider is an excellent way to get your law office's needs met while keeping your overhead costs in check.

Client intake. Marketing. Billing. Hiring. Supervising employees. Payroll. Legal research. Answering and returning phone calls from clients, the court, and opposing counsel. Analyzing facts provided by your clients. Drafting motions, pleadings, responses, and other documents. Appearing in court. And on, and on, and on.

These are just a small sampling of tasks that solo lawyers need to do regularly. Despite your epic legal training, you’ve got the same 24 hours in a day that everyone else does. And you have to sleep sometime. So, how can you manage to get everything done well and still run a successful law firm? Working with a contractor or a remote provider is an excellent way to get your law office needs met while keeping costs in check. Make sure you understand exactly what it is you need and shop around to find the best providers. We’re here to help you learn more about hiring contractors when you’re ready.