Unbundling Legal Services: A Guide to Delivering Legal Service a la Carte
Unbundling, the practice of offering discrete services from a menu of offerings, is changing the face of the legal profession today. Given minor modifications, any firm can start unbundling their law practice and offer this new consumer-oriented approach to legal service delivery to their clients.
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About the Book
Is it possible to deliver legal services that give people the precise help they need, when they need it? "Unbundling" may be the answer, says author Forrest Mosten, who has been studying the risks and rewards of such nontraditional delivery methods for over 10 years. In this landmark book, Mosten explores the factors that have fueled the unbundling movement, the barriers that face it, and the case study successes that suggest unbundling may significantly change the shape of law practice. This book also shares practical strategies for setting up and managing an unbundled law office, marketing your unbundled services, and using unbundled legal services in mediation.
Offered as a supplement to a traditional full-service practice, you will recapture market share and gain professional satisfaction by offering this innovative service. Learn how to inplement unbundling practices in your firm and see results almost immediately!
"Forrest Mosten has written the definitive A-Z primer on today's hot topic confronting our profession, 'the unbundling of legal services'. It's a must read."
- Robert E. Hirshon, Past President, American Bar Association
"This compendium provides an excellent overview as well as considerable insight into the issues that will be confronted by lawyers who work with their clients and others in either preventing or solving disputes and problems, most of which consist of multifaceted components as do the variety of potential solutions."
- Kimberlee K. Kovach, Past Chair, ABA Section of Dispute Resolution
"...combines the philosophy of unbundled legal services with the practical how-to's. It is an important addition to the literature on this expanding and vital area of practice. I recommend this book to anyone interested in assuring that more people have fair access to the courts with legal help."
- Hon. Rebecca Albrecht, Judge and past-President of the Maricopa County Bar Association, 100 Outstanding Women and Minority Lawyers in Arizona