Legal Project Management
We help new and established law firms and legal departments develop a proactive, disciplined approach to managing legal work that involves defining, planning, budgeting, executing, and evaluating a legal matter. We train attorneys and support staff on the application of skills, tools, and techniques to achieve legal project objectives and provide tools for improving communication to set and meet client expectations.
Legal Process Improvement
Our legal process improvement services include evaluation of your current law firm practices and development of a repeatable model of execution. This includes enhancing or re-engineering work processes by analyzing its existing state, identifying areas for increased efficiencies, and eliminating waste or rework to deliver desired business outcomes.
Lex PM Education
Lex is working on an education portal to assist legal practitioners with applying project management to legal matters, cases, and other projects. In the interim, enjoy Lex's
Relax. Let a Paralegal handle it.
We are thrilled to announce the Beta version of Lex's Freelance Paralegal Directory, which launched on Aug. 30, 2019. Attorneys can begin searching the Directory for qualified paralegal professionals for free!
To provide background, while investigating job advertising options for attorneys, we learned that attorneys spend thousands of dollars posting job listings on sites like Indeed or Linkedin. Or, they pay temp agency mark-ups, which are usually 50% or greater.
Considering these two expensive options, we saw a need for a better way to connect attorneys with paralegals. As a result, we began working with a web development team to find a solution. We came up with Lex's Freelance Paralegal Directory - where attorneys can connect with paralegals without an expensive middleman.
There's no catch. We promise. It's completely free for attorneys to use. If you do not handle job advertising in your organization, please pass this information along to your human resources office.
Freelance v. Virtual v. Remote
What's the Difference?
The definition of a virtual paralegal varies depending on who you ask. The International Virtual Assistants Association defines virtual assistants as “independent contractors who, from a remote location, usually their home or office, support multiple clients in a variety of industries by providing administrative, creative, and technical services.” Therefore, “virtual” would require that the person work from a remote location, such as their home, rather than working in the office. We use the term "virtual" and "remote" interchangeably throughout our website. A freelancer, who works for themselves, may work virtually/remotely or on-site (at the supervising attorney's office).
There's no middle man, no classified ad fees, and no placement agency mark-ups. With our talent-pairing platform, even the most unique areas of law are covered. Once you find the talent you need and you agree to the terms, they start working ASAP.
Our freelancers thrive on repeat work. They want to turn in their best work, every time, to maintain the relationship. While staff members’ performance may have peaks and valleys, our freelancers know the contract is always subject to renewal.
By bringing in a paralegal who already has the training and skills to jump right into the job, you cut down significantly on the time needed to train a new person. Our freelancers are more efficient because they bring with them the specialized skills needed to complete the job well.
Lex's Forum & Job Board
In addition to our Directory, attorneys can also post freelance jobs on Lex's Forum & Job Board. Only attorneys, and freelancers who are listed in our Directory, are able to see job posts.
Join our website for free to access Lex's Forum & Job Board.