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Article: Overseas Outsourcing of Legal Work

Interesting article from Corporate Counsel called Outsourcing Reaches Corporate Counsel.

From the article:

Cheap foreign labor has long been a frightening specter for some American industries. But these days, garment makers and steelworkers are not the only ones competing with lower-paid counterparts abroad. Spurred by the slow economy, many in-house legal departments are cutting costs by relying less on U.S. outside counsel and more on lawyers in India, New Zealand, South Korea and other countries where professional salaries are lower.

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