Prediction for 2006: Outsourcing the Lawyers

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The legal profession in the US is about to be turned upside down. With American lawyers costing $300 an hour or more, Indian firms can cut bills by 75%.

Can't be done? Don't be sure- we've already outsourced our engineers, now it's time for the lawyers. Like the engineering and construction firms before them, the big law firms will view this as a cost-cutting, "competitive" move.

See this article in the Economist >>

Oh, almost forgot, do you want fries with that?

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