Save Time


When you outsource, we do the work that you don’t have time for.


The economy of small legal practices is on the rebound.  Many lawyers and small firms have seen their practices grow back from the lows of 2008.  Although your practice may be busy enough to cause you to consider hiring an associate to ease the load, you may not yet feel financially ready for all that hiring entails:  investments in training, office space, employee benefits, new tax considerations, etc.

Why not consider outsourcing some specialized functions to an experienced lawyer?  Outsourcing projects which require sustained and detailed legal research and writing frees a lawyer up to see more clients, prepare for and attend more court hearings, and generally develop your practice.  Even the best lawyers occasionally encounter a client with unfamiliar legal issues; instead of referring the matter out the door, a busy lawyer can outsource the research and analysis of unfamiliar or complicated issues and keep the client in house.

Companies outsource to save time and money and allocate resources efficiently. Law firms, no matter how small or experienced, should be no different.  The traditional model of hiring full-time employee associates is simply not a practical monetary investment for many small firms, and outsourcing can give you the flexibility that a fluctuating workload demands.

Karin provides high-quality, efficient legal resources and has the experience to know how a judge will view your writing. Karin also associates with other former law clerks for backup assistance with projects, so that a quick turnaround time is available.



Karin L. Coble provides high quality, efficient, and cost-effective analysis, research and writing directly to attorneys.

Attorneys have retained Karin for assistance with the following types of projects:

– Appeals to appellate courts throughout Ohio, including the Ohio Supreme Court;

– Researching claims and drafting pleadings;

– Analyzing the motions necessary for all stages of civil litigation;

– Reviewing discovery responses;

– Trial assistance and consultation to raise and preserve issues for appellate review;

– Researching and drafting dispositive motions and responses;

– Post-judgment and post-conviction remedies.

Experience Counts


According to the Ohio Supreme Court’s Board of Commissioners on Grievance and Discipline:  “The extent of supervision for outsourced services is a matter of professional judgment for an Ohio lawyer, but requires due diligence as to the qualifications and reputation of those to whom services are outsourced and as to whether the requested outsourced services will be provided with competence and diligence as required by Prof. Cond. Rules 1.1 and 1.3, confidences will be protected as required by Prof. Cond. Rule 1.6, and conflicts of interest will be avoided as required by Prof. Cond. Rules 1.7, 1.9, and 1.10.”  Opinion 2009-6.

With nearly ten years of experience primarily dedicated to providing legal research and writing support, an attorney can be assured that Karin has the qualifications to provide services for you and your clients which meet the highest standards.  References from other attorneys who have used Karin’s services are available upon request.