September 01, 2012 GPSolo | Feature

Law a la Carte: The Case for Unbundling Legal Services

Stephanie L. Kimbro

During the past ten years, many industries have begun unbundling their services. Airlines, wireless providers, newspapers, the music industry, and personal and financial services have all found ways to unbundle services and rebundle them to create new or improved markets. This approach has helped them adapt to changes in our global economy and address the way that consumers now exercise their purchasing power. The legal profession could take a few lessons from their experiences. Law firms must find ways to adapt to the changing legal marketplace by integrating unbundling as a form of legal service delivery.

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