The gig economy potentially just got a boost from one of its newest advocates. On-demand legal service provider Lawclerk has announced the official launch of a new service called “Teams,” which it hopes will allow law firms to build trusted networks of freelance attorneys to work with on an ongoing basis.

Talitha Kozlowski, co-founder of Lawclerk and partner at Las Vegas-based Garman Turner Gordon, said Teams is a way for small and solo law firms “to access a variety of legal talent. … You can build your own virtual team of associates and expand as much as you want.”

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