Have you been mulling over the ideal of starting your own freelance paralegal business? Maybe it is time to take that leap, maybe you need to shelf the idea until circumstances are more suitable, or maybe keeping your day job will be the best option. Before deciding make sure that you have all the information that you need to make an informed decision.
When a paralegal decides to provide freelance paralegal services it is more than merely deciding to become a contractor instead of an employee. There are various scenarios for offering freelance paralegal services, but they all require the need to work as an independent consultant instead of an employee of a particular company or firm. This is where the challenge(s) come into play. Some go into freelancing believing that the additional freedom that working for themselves provides will be easier than being an employee. This is a misconception that leads to a great deal of frustration and failure at being successful at freelancing. Others do not understand that when you are a freelance paralegal you become an entrepreneur who is responsible for marketing, selling and delivering your services. Freelancing is a form of entrepreneurship and it is not easy, but success is possible.
In this 60 minute complimentary webinar the following will be covered:
Date: May 9, 2017
Time: 10:00am-11:00am PST
Fundamentals of Legal Research
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