A Virtual Legal Assistant (VLA) provides support to attorneys much the same as support services that are provided in-house.
A VLA usually has several years of experience as a legal secretary/legal assistant and is familiar with legal terminology and law office procedures.
Many small to medium size law firms are facing increasing client pressure to build greater value and efficiency into their firm’s legal services and cost structures. They then consider contacting with a virtual legal assistant to cut costs and increase the firm’s value.
Who can Benefit from these Services
- Solo Attorneys
- Attorneys in small / medium firms
Services include but are not limited to the following examples
Draft documents (affidavits, motion materials, pleadings, discovery responses,
retainer letters and other)
Proofread and format court documents
Research case law and provide summarizing memorandum
Type handwritten notes
PDF file conversion
e-File court documents
Update and manage calendars
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