Forrester Predicts Legal Outsourcing Boom for India

India has huge potential in legal outsourcing, with the number of jobs in the field increasing to 79,000 by 2015, Forrester said.

Though India had earned over $6.7 billion in US-based outsourcing services such as software outsourcing and call centres till march 2005, the field of legal outsourcing was largely untapped, the study conducted by Forrester said.

The study estimated that jobs in the field which is poised to increase dramatically from about $80 million annually to approximately $4 billion, would grow to 29,000 in 2008, 35,000 by 2010, and 79,000 by 2015.

At present the number of jobs in legal outsourcing in India stood less than 12,000, it said.

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