Outsourcing for Beginners

When you open a solo law practice, especially early in your career, it’s easy enough to do everything yourself. Often you’re too poor to hire anyone anyhow, and if you haven’t yet built up your book of business, you have the time to figure things out on your own. I’ve had my firm for almost two years, though, and now I’m getting to the point where I’m so busy it’s time to start outsourcing some things on my to-do lists. Where to start? I kicked this question out to a handful of solo lawyer groups and solo attorneys to find out the first thing they had outsourced.

Originally published December 10, 2013
Last updated October 20, 2020
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