Wednesday, May 04, 2005

Lawyers Find Work Outsourced

Many in need of legal advice find they can't afford the high fees. Indian lawyers hope to offer a cheaper solution. Host Jennifer Ludden talks about the latest in outsourcing with Puneet Mohey, a Detroit resident and the president of Lexadigm, a business that provides Indian lawyers to American companies.

Let's see if I can get this straight - If I go to Concord, a non-ABA school, I can't practice law in Arizona (not to mention roughly 20 other states), but if I am a lawyer in India... I can give legal advice to anyone in the US?


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