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It’s Not Just Offshore Legal Outsourcing Anymore

As it stands, America outsources over One Billion Dollars in legal work to India and East Asia per year. Now, however, companies are looking to neighboring continents and nations to fulfill their legal needs in what has been coined “nearshore outsourcing.” The amount of legal work taken from American attorneys and given to overseas companies is growing exponentially. Much of the NAAMJP’s fight is to help American attorneys get American legal jobs; rather than outsourcing them to foreign countries. We argue that by letting attorneys practice law in multiple US jurisdictions we are providing the public with more legal options. In our capitalist society, the reason the cream rises to the top and the reason prices can be driven down, is due to an open market with open competition. By limiting the number of attorneys in the market, jurisdictions are forcing their citizens to choose from a smaller market pool that can charge higher fees. This is not the way a society built on open markets and competition operates. We need a change, we need to level the playing field and keep American legal jobs in America.

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