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Introducing Virtual Paralegal Lisa Gibson

Virtual Paralegals for Hire

As you all know, I'm a big fan of virtual workers.  Every month, we get dozens of emails and unsolicited  résumés from virtual paralegals, law clerks and even lawyers who wish to work for our firm.  There is no question that there is a ready supply of virtual workers for the legal services market. 

In an effort to help promote the benefits of virtual workers and especially virtual paralegals, we will start a new message category called "Virtual Paralegals for Hire."  If you are a virtual worker who wants the Greatest American Lawyer blog to promote you and your website, just send us an email at Greatest.American @gmail.com and we will feature you here

Virtual workers offer a tremendous advantage to law firms.  They work as independent contractors on a flex schedule.  If you don't have work for them to do, you don't have to send them work.  If you get busy all of a sudden or need a quick turnaround, you can tap into your virtual worker pool and kick things out quickly and easily.  Every law firm struggles with the question of when to hire that next staff member.  While you will certainly pay more on an hourly basis for a virtually, you will not be strapped with the overhead of office space, employee benefits, health care, and a permanent employee (by weekly paychecks).  Give it a try.  I think you will be pleasantly surprised.    

Comments

John D.

I couldn't agree more. The virtual programs are great for students too. The experience has been absolutely invaluable.

Lyn Brown

Lyn Brown, paralegal/legal assistant/office administrator, with 15 years legal experience and 35 years business experience has opened virtual paralegal service in the Four Corners area of New Mexico. Our offices have extensive experience in criminal, family law, adoption, and business charter documents. Also, experienced in civil, social security and probate. We offer jury selection assistance in the San Juan County Courts.

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