SKJ Juris’ comprehensive clients’ data base is maintained which is regularly updated. SKJ Juris checks with the data base before accepting new clients’ work. Maintains a list of such clients for whom our lawyers had worked in the past. No associate is assigned a project which might cause a conflict of interest.
Ethical opinions of following states and local bar associations (US) have allowed legal outsourcing:
All the check and balances in place for complete physical and virtual security of clients’ data. Issues magnetic swipe cards to its employees, who have signed confidentiality agreements.
Recruitment is proactively based on forecasted requirements. Recruitment made through robust database and campus recruitments and placement agencies. Shortlisted candidates are further screened via a telephonic interview, conducted by the HR department. Further shortlisted candidates are brought in for a written aptitude test. Further screened candidates undergo two rounds of personal interviews with HR and Operations Head. A selected candidate is referred to a background screening company. Appointment letter is rolled out.
SKJ Juris has developed in house training modules. Each appointee undergoes 30 days / 45 days rigorous induction training program. Training program includes:
Less than 1%
SKJ Juris works on pilot projects as per requirement of the client.
Usually we do not have down time as such. We carry out CLE (Continuous Legal Education).
SKJ Juris is not a US based law firm. It is a legal outsourcing company that is engaged in providing merely legal support services (and not legal services) to US clients who are US based attorneys and not the end clients of US based attorneys.