Legal process outsourcing, or LPO, is when law firms and other companies use the services of “an outside law firm or legal support services company.” Generally, firms use LPO for review of documents, research, writing, for drafting briefs and other documents, as well as for outsourcing of patent services, among other things.
Your investment in a legal education represents a substantial amount of time, money, and effort. But even though classes and exams may have far more immediacy, they are in fact only a preparation for your future.
Law School education does not come cheap. In fact it is expensive – very, very expensive indeed. A majority of the students who pursue a legal education hardly have the resources to cover even the cost of tuition and have to seek recourse to external financial assistance to manage three years of tuition, living expenses, books and other sundry costs. Most students have no other alternative but to seek loans to finance their education.