LAWCLERK is a nationwide network for attorneys to hire freelance lawyers on a project or subscription basis. It's also a network for attorneys, who are looking to work ad hoc, to list themselves as an available freelance attorney. They have a web platform to assist in the hiring, where they do conflict checking, allow for team-building, and handle all of your billing.
Starting Cost: $75/hr
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LAWCLERK connects attorneys who are looking to hire freelance lawyers with freelance lawyers who are looking for projects, part-time, or full-time gigs.
LAWCLERK provides their services across the entire United States.
LAWCLERK pricing starts at $75 per hour for a freelancer with 1-4 years of experience. Although, projects can be listed at flat-fee prices, or, you can use their subscription service model.
Yes. LAWCLERK is a good way for solos and small to medium-sized firms to staff-up without a lot of risk or new overhead.
Yes. Although steps are taken to conflict check and make sure the parties are a good match for each other, the engagement process is relatively straight-forward.
It's likely that you can find someone to handle the type of law you are looking for. However, theoretically, you would be limited by what experience the freelancers are offering.
Yes. The way you interact with LAWCLERK is via a web app through your browser.
Yes. LAWCLERK caters only to attorneys.
Although no one can guarantee security, LAWCLERK appears to be taking appropriate steps to protect your, your client's, and anyone else's data on their servers.
The platform can work in a few different ways. For the most part, however, you sign up on the webapp, list your project and then sort through the applicants who respond to your project.