Outsourcing for NGOs

A non-governmental organisation (NGO) is an autonomous citizen-based non-profit and non-politically linked organisation who works towards attaining the objectives for which they receive funds. Funding could come from governments, the UN, private trusts and philanthropies, individual donations, religious institutions and most of the time from other NGOs. An NGO is thus accountable to its particular funding organisations and members. Large NGOs for example have millions as budget. Raising such budget requires significant fundraising efforts on the part of most NGOs.

Outsourcing for law practice

Small law firms are involved in legal issues but attorneys also have non-legal works to take care of on daily or temporally basis. It is not easy for them to take charge of both the administrative and legal functions especially considering the fact that small law firms have a limited number of employees. There is therefore a need for a quick and efficient solution, outsourcing.

Attorneys have been outsourcing their administrative and clerical tasks and activities not related to their legal department. These include areas such as:

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