May 25, 2011

Attorney job overseeing outsourced legal work

Wow, you can't make this stuff up. As the reader who submitted this lead notes: "This is the direct result of the ABA and its Big Firm interests allowing/encouraging outsourcing - ever decreasing jobs for American-trained and indebted attorneys and crap work from overseas from folks who have no clue what they're doing. Great job ABA! KUDOS!"

Major outsourcing company seeks JD or attorney in the States to review work product of attorneys overseas. Requires QC or second-level-review experience.

This is a 100% work-from-home project requiring 40 to 50 hours per week for approximately 6 weeks. This project is for a Fortune 500 client and there will likely be regular telecommuting projects in the future. Also, opportunity to join this fast-growing outsourcing company on a permanent basis.

Due to the particulars of this project, the pay is below market at $22/hour. But the position does offer the convenience of working from home.

1 comment:

  1. Ashit Mohan GuptiparaMay 25, 2011 at 11:27 PM

    "Mumbai to 160,000 rupees a year!"

    (160,000 Indian rupees = 3525.79 US dollars)