Addleshaw Goddard shifts routine legal work away from associates

Addleshaw Goddard is the latest firm to announce that it will send low-level legal work to a transaction services centre. The firm’s stated aim is to free associates from routine assignments and allow them the opportunity to develop their relationship-building skills, as well as finding cost savings that can be passed on to clients. The firm aims to expand its Manchester transaction services centre from the pilot scheme five paralegals up to at least 60 employees.

thelawyer.com Addleshaw Goddard shifts routine legal work away from associates
Tue, Feb 8, 2011 thelawyer.com