Once your account has been approved, you can search for and apply for any projects that interest you and that you qualify for.
When considering whether to apply for a project, it is important to thoroughly review all of the details and make sure it is something you want to, have the expertise to do and can do by the deadlines and within the
project budget. It is important to note that all projects are on a fixed/flat-fee basis. Therefore, the project budget is the compensation you will receive when the project is completed. If during your review of
the project, you feel that the project is potentially more complex and lengthy than what the proposed budget affords, you may suggest a higher budget along with your reasoning for the increase. You are also free
to message the hiring attorney to get further clarification before you apply for the project.
When applying for a project, you are required to complete a cover letter, indicating why you should be selected for the project. We encourage you to take advantage of this to its fullest so that the hiring attorney
can get to know a little more about you during the selection process.
Once you apply for a project, the hiring attorney will review your profile, which includes your bio, resume, writing sample, and reviews. This is the information that the hiring attorney will use to help in determining
which candidate to select for the project.
There are no limits on how many projects you can apply for.