Montage Legal Group

Montage Legal Group is not a law firm or a staffing agency; rather, it uses a unique business model to give law firms access to a network of independent contractor freelance attorneys that handle temporary or contract legal work remotely on an hourly or project basis. Montage handles administrative and billing tasks, allowing law firms and freelance lawyers to focus on legal projects. Whether a law firm needs law and motion work, depositions, business documents, court appearances or document review — or needs expertise in a specialty practice — law firms can turn to Montage to find the exact type of freelance lawyer they need.

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By Laurie Rowen
Thirteen years ago, after my first daughter Brooke was born, I gave notice that I was leaving my associate attorney position at Snell & Wilmer to work from home as a contract/freelance lawyer with my Snell &
Continue Reading From Alternative to Mainstream: Laurie Rowen Looks Back On How Freelance Lawyering Has Changed Over the Past Decade

Joyce Tong Oelrich, a founding partner of Tong Tejani, recently appeared on the Legal Rebels Podcast to discuss her firm’s path to convince technology clients to embrace subscription pricing.  Joyce previously worked as an in-house attorney at Facebook and
Continue Reading Legal Rebels Podcast Highlights Subscription Models and Mentions Montage as a Resource

It’s hard to believe that it has been almost a year since the pandemic started. The pandemic is difficult for parents of all children, but it is especially a struggle for parents who have very different children with very different
Continue Reading Different Kids, Different Needs: A Conversation About Using Child-Specific Parenting Techniques

By Erin Giglia and Laurie Rowen

As we approach the end of 2020, we are all hopeful that the economic effects of the pandemic are improving. Law firms are addressing increased client demands, and are addressing their attorney staffing needs. 
Continue Reading Law Firm Growth During an Uncertain Legal Climate – Part 2: How to Ethically Use Freelance Lawyers & Referral Fees