Outsourcing of work previously undertaken by in-house lawyers to a third party e.g. high-volume contract work or repapering exercises.
The service provided by an LPO or ALSP which takes ownership of a legal project or a long term outsource of a legal function.
Project management techniques (e.g. Prince 2 or Agile) applied to legal work or legal outsourcing.
Data analytics technique teaching computers to predict future sequences or find data patterns based on experience.
Firm with a different set-up compared to traditional law firms e.g. no partnership structure or hourly billing. May be regulated or unregulated.
The amount of resource equal to one full time employee. Outsourcing may be priced on this basis against location and/or grade.
Techniques such as ML and NLP enabling computers to simulate human thought-processes.
Process allowing computers to read text, hear speech, interpret and identify key segments.