How do you spend your time? Discover some surprising ways that you might be losing time over the course of the day, even as you intend to save it.
An illustrative guide to how electronic court filing works, complete with tips for filers to avoid rejection and optimize their process.
Sometimes clients take up more than their fair share of your time. Here are some strategies for dealing with clients who need a little extra from your firm.
How are you getting your legal documents filed? Professional law firms benefit from using an experienced court filing service like One Legal.
How does your solo firm balance the practice of law with the business of law? Do you have all the tech tools you need to succeed?
Spring is often an extremely busy time in the legal world, but as summer comes around, vacations and reduced litigation can actually make more time for brushing up on projects around the office. Consider using the coming weeks to take
The Portable Document Format (PDF) has been around since the 1990s and has long been since considered the “gold standard” of document types, independent of application software, hardware, and operating systems. While some have believed the PDF to be “a
The path toward a solo practice is an arduous one, and it can be made all the worse if you stumble upon these 10 common mistakes. As you start thinking about going solo, protect yourself against these potential pitfalls by
Are you sending the message that your law firm stands above and apart from the competition? Everything you do for your law office indicates what you will do for your clients. From the way you brand your firm to the services
The prevalence of portable electronics has pushed us as professionals to always be “on.” Because we can work from anywhere, we often feel like we should work from everywhere. But is this constant drive to produce actually harming our productivity?
We’ve all been faced with the task of drafting a pleading or other legal document with a deadline. When we’re rushed, we make mistakes. That means spending extra time to correct our errors and making others—usually the boss—wait for a
The face-to-face interaction of a team meeting is often useful for picking up nonverbal cues and team building, but is it always necessary? While being crucial and extremely useful in some scenarios, meetings as a whole are notoriously time-wasting. Too
Legal terminology and jargon are tough enough to learn, but the many words and phrases that are often used incorrectly can cause confusion and misunderstandings in legal agreements and communications. Brush up on some of the most commonly misused words
There is no doubt that law firms are busy places. If you ask a legal professional when the busiest time of year is, however, the answer would likely be “it depends.” Litigation teams are swamped in the months leading up