If you haven’t already heard, Social Law now offers staffing and managed services to our member law firms. As a direct response to demand from members we have developed ways to help you improve efficiencies, eliminate redundancies and allow you to stop doing the routine tasks and focus on the more important parts of your job. Our goal is to continue to provide professional and paraprofessional librarians with the resources and support they need to do their job. We know that law firms are best served when a professional Librarian is directing legal research and information management, so unlike other outsourcing companies, Social Law backs up firm librarians with a nationally recognized collection of print and electronic materials and a staff of professional attorneys and law librarians. Helping you succeed is important to us!
What is it?
Whether you simply need part-time help with routing and pocket parts or are looking to outsource your competitive intelligence and legal tracking, Social Law can help. We offer all of the following and more!
Research Services –
Case pulls from various databases.
Docket searches and docket retrieval from the SJC, Appeals Court and Suffolk Superior Court.
Legislative and regulatory histories for Massachusetts and Federal law.
Shepard’s or Key cite check
Library Services –
Cataloging of print and/or electronic materials, on site or remotely.
Filing for loose-leaf publications, annuals, pocket parts, etc.
Routing of print and electronic publications.
Legal alerts to monitor, track and update you about pending legislation.
Support services –
Courier delivery in and around the 02108 area at a steeply discounted price.
Collection assessment to identify overlap and/or redundancies in your collection.
Satellite catalog to host and maintain your library’s print and electronic collections
Who does it?
Depending on the level of service your law firm is looking for we can provide part-time or full-time staffing by a professional or paraprofessional librarian. All Point-to-Point staff personnel are Social Law Library staff who have been trained and vetted in-house by our Reference and Patron Services Departments. They split their time between your office and the Social Law Library which means you have a direct connect with our collection and staff.
How much is it?
Our rates are comparable to, and often lower than, other staffing services.
Looking for some help with a project or job that you don’t see described above? We welcome any and all suggestions.
For more information contact Kirsten Leary at (617) 226-1358 or firstname.lastname@example.org