The 2013 Legal Process Outsourcing Survey

We conducted our first survey of law departments to find out how outsourcing is working out.

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We conducted our first survey of law departments to find out whether they've made the leap to outsourcing, where they're sending work, what kind of work they outsource, what motivated them, and how they feel about the results.

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Originally appeared in print as LPO: Cleared for Takeoff?

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  • Skeptic

    I'm surprised that the author's took the India based analysts numbers on face value. I have worked in the legal off-shoring industry for six years and I am rather certain that total revenue for the noteable off-shoring companies does not exceed $100 to $150 million, e.g., the Hindu Business Times just printed an interview with the country head for United Lex who says total revenue is currently under $50m, additionally most in the know are aware that Integreon, Pangea3, and Quislex are somewhere between $5 -$20m respectively. Industry watchers, in India especially, rely too much on boosterism and do not take into account the well established legal outsourcing industry that exists in the U.S., especially eDiscovery and contract attorney providers. Perhaps the analyst was referring to those companies when he said the "industry" was worth $1 billion in 2013?

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