Gone are the days of law firms assigning armies of associates to work on large litigation matters, but that doesn’t mean there isn’t a need for that army — its members are just billed out at a lower rate and sit in makeshift offices away from the law firm and the client.

“Never before have corporations cared about their bottom line. Everything was always outsourced,” Penny Burke, director of business development for Hudson Legal‘s Pittsburgh office, said of times before the recession.

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