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LAWCLERK is where attorneys go to hire freelance lawyers. We have a nationwide network of thousands of freelance lawyers – called Lawclerks – that can help with research, any sort of written document, discovery, or other project based work you just don’t want to do. 

LAWCLERK has talented freelance lawyers in all 50 states with every level of experience and expertise.  They include former judicial clerks, stay at home parents, former big law attorneys, solos, law professors, and even some retired attorneys with decades of experience!

Our freelancers have deep knowledge with immigration law.  We also have freelancers with subject matter expertise in pretty much any other practice area you can think of from appellate to wills & trusts and everything in between.

When you find amazing Lawclerks you can add them to your Team so you can work together on a regular basis.  You can build multiple Teams for different types of work.  It’s like having your own virtual law firm without the overhead expense of full-time employees!

Sign-up is free and there are no monthly fees. Only pay the flat fee price you set when you post work. Learn more https://content.lawclerk.legal/aila

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Contact Information:  Kristin Tyler, Co-Founder.  ktyler@lawclerk.legal   (888) 479-5728 

AILA Virtual Meeting Code of Conduct

AILA is committed to providing a professional and productive learning environment for all participants and staff. As a result, all participants are expected to follow all stated meeting and event instructions and guidelines in order to maintain an atmosphere of professionalism, mutual respect, and collegiality. AILA members in particular are expected to adhere to the principles set forth in AILA’s civility code. The guidelines herein apply to all AILA virtual, webcast and online programming including but not limited to AILA conferences, seminars, online courses and roundtables.

All participants must comply with the following guidelines to participate in the virtual meeting and events:

Participants who do not comply or are in violation of any of AILA’s virtual meeting guidelines may be denied further access and participation at the discretion of event organizers. AILA is not responsible for reimbursement or refund if you are denied access or participation due to violation of AILA’s Virtual Meeting Code of Conduct.

Participants can contact conferences@aila.org with any questions or concerns related to AILA’s Virtual Meeting Code of Conduct.