Limited Scope Legal Services: Unbundling and the Self-help Client

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American Bar Association, Section of Law Practice Management, 2012 - Law - 229 pages
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"In this rapidly changing economic and legal climate, lawyers are seeking new methods for delivering their services efficiently and effectively while attracting new types of clients. For many firms, limited scope representation--also known as Ša la carte or unbundled legal services--may be the solution. By providing representation for a clearly defined portion of the client's legal needs, such as preparing a legal document or making limited court appearances, lawyers can market their practice to an entirely new client base and give their firm a competitive advantage. The only book available on the topic, Limited Scope Legal Services provides lawyers of all types--from solo to big law--with practical, tested solutions for setting up unbundling practices in their firms"--Provided by publisher.

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Stephanie L. Kimbro, Esq., M.A., J.D. is the owner of Kimbro Legal Services, LLC, a completely web-based virtual law office providing North Carolina legal services. She has provided legal services online since 2006. Kimbro is an active member of the ABA's eLawyering Task Force which has drafted minimum guidelines for virtual law practice. In addition to teaching presentations for the ABA, state bar associations and law schools, the author is also a member of the faculty at Solo Practice University, a web-based, legal education community, where she teaches a course on virtual law practice.

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