North Miami Beach, FL, July 17, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- The first eBook in the Shpoonkle collection was announced today, “The Shpoonkle Model for Legal Services,” is an objective analysis of the legal services industry and the forces behind the development of the Shpoonkle reverse auction model. The eBook discusses the history and psychology of the lawyer and client interaction and the rigid mind set of the profession in changing times.
Critical topics regarding the over saturation of law student graduates and the need for overall reform in the legal services arena are briefly and adeptly explored in the analysis. As discussed by the ABA Journal in July 2011 "The legal profession is undergoing a massive structural shift—one that will leave it dramatically transformed in the coming years." The Shpoonkle Model reviews this shift and how they are accommodating the transformation. When the average person cannot afford an attorney it is a problem that the legal community has to take seriously. The Shpoonkle Model acts on this growing problem and gives options to help both client and attorney.
Consumer and client orientated focus as a growing trend in marketing and legal perspective is reviewed as implemented by Shpoonkle. The Shpoonkle Model for Legal Services openly addresses some criticism and dispels misnomers about Shpoonkle as a reverse auction service model, clarifying how the process works. The book explores how quickly the company and site has grown and the expansive directions its moving.
The Shpoonkle Model for Legal Services now available on Amazon.com is an in depth analysis into the changing scope and issues confronting the Legal Services industry. Shpoonkle's CEO Robert Niznik describes the book as a "comprehensive review of the innovative reverse auction model called Shpoonkle." Niznik goes on to add that the ambitious goal behind the site is to revolutionize the legal industry and how lawyers and clients interact. Shpoonkle attempts to achieve this goal with an eye towards the current economic downturn and the prospects facing current and graduating law students. Winning over advocates and support from the American Bar Association Journal and many other reputable organizations on their ability to help find attorneys jobs and save consumers money. With over 600 international publications to Shpoonkle's credit in just four short months including: Wall Street Journal, The Economist, Harvard Law School Journal, Chicago Tribune, Wallet Pop, Denver Bar Association, and countless others as well as a recent feature on NBC Miami.
The publication is aimed as an effort to heighten consumer awareness and promote advocacy into the current and changing legal climate.
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