Outsourced Indian "attorneys" are now doing substantive work. The next step up from editing grammar is to simply draft the entire document(s) themselves, at huge cost savings to the client.
The firms either agree to outsource the work, or the clients will simply cut out the Biglaw middlemen and send the work directly to India on their own (this is already happening with low & mid level doc review.
Make no mistake: these jobs are never coming back.
http://www.business-standard.com/india/ ... ts/408244/
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Considering the quality of grammar I see in America, I am not surprised
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