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Internet Lawyer: Hiring Tips

Posted by cybertriallawyer on June 25, 2009

We’ve covered the first two tips on how to hire an Internet lawyer. You’ve searched for an Internet lawyer on the search engines and found both advertising and natural results. We’ve told you in general terms not to go hunting elephants with a BB gun, and don’t swat that fly with a sledgehammer. Now for the next one:

Number Three: Expect a short, complimentary introductory telephone call. But don’t expect to set up an appointment with an attorney to do so. The top Internet lawyer is extremely busy. He will be faced with dozens upon dozens of calls from prospective clients each week. Be prepared to spend on average five or ten minutes with a top Internet lawyer but understand that if he booked appointments, it would take up several hours each day, and an internet lawyer works on an hourly basis. So his time is all that he has to sell. During that call, you should be able to get a feel for how the internet lawyer would approach your situation at a very high level. Usually the first step once an internet lawyer is hired is for him to conduct an analysis of your situation and come back to you with his findings and recommendations.


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