Draft compelling legal documents quickly and confidently
One thing that separates the legal profession from most other industries is that the value we bring to clients exists primarily in the head of the practitioner. Unlike, say, a woodworker, a litigator rarely creates a tangible product that customers can hold in their hands and examine. One exception to this rule is the documents lawyers produce for clients; things like written contracts and legal briefs. Indeed, legal research and drafting are the heart of practicing law and satisfying clients by putting something tangible in their hands.
While creating these documents is a key task in any attorney's workflow, practitioners are constantly under pressure to produce these documents for clients with faster response times and lower bills. The majority of billable hours many attorneys record each year can be attributed to document drafting, but clients demand enhanced efficiency.
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