Outsourced or insourced: An Indian lawyer's tale

Rajinder Singh, shone here in his chambers at New Delhi's Patiala House Court, found at least one US law firm didn't pay enough to make legal process outsourcing work worth his time.</p>

Rajinder Singh, shone here in his chambers at New Delhi's Patiala House Court, found at least one US law firm didn't pay enough to make legal process outsourcing work worth his time.

NEW DELHI – As part of the America: the Gutted series, GlobalPost will examine how the growth of legal process outsourcing is affecting the law business in America and in India. By all accounts, the LPO business is booming in India. But what's it like to be a lawyer in India, anyway? We talked to New Delhi High Court advocate Rajinder Singh to find out.

Read Part I, II and III of the Outsourced or insourced reporting series.