Eat the frog, break up tasks, and make tomorrow’s list today to start the year off with a to-do list well under control.
Take the emergency practices of this year and turn them into a formalized, sustainable, productive set of processes for your entire firm.
How can law firms turn remote work from an emergency situation to a long-term process that works for everyone? Here are some tips to get started.
Your first time in court will be memorable. Review these tips to make sure you’re making an excellent first impression.
Proper preparation and organization of exhibits are critical to the outcome of a trial. It’s also a place in the process where paralegals can have an impact.
One of the most useful retention tools law firms can use is the “Welcome Kit.” These items will introduce your clients to the firm while also providing critical information.
Since more than 36% of Americans commute between 20 to 44 minutes each way for work, we thought the new decade would be the perfect time to introduce a new list of podcasts that will not only make your downtime more interesting but add to your legal insight.
Some firms see positive results when switching to a four-day workweek. Will this flexible and shortened workweek make its way to your firm?
How will you set the course for 2020 in a way that will help your firm thrive? Here are 5 tips on building your firm’s roadmap for the new year.
With 2019 drawing to a close, now is a good time to look back and analyze what you’ve done. Here are the top 5 questions you should ask.
The weeks leading up to a trial can be stressful. Here are some top tips for ensuring that your team has the very best shot at success:
The first step in the client acquisition process for legal professionals is usually the initial client interview. Here are 9 interview questions you should ask potential clients and why asking them matters:
Every individual undoubtedly finds their own method for best understanding cases. We’ve assembled a list of the top 10 things legal professionals can do to maximize their efforts when faced with this important task.
As cases and matters pile up, so too can the digital and paper files in any law office. A lack of organization can be a real danger to your practice. Here are five of our favorite tips for getting your practice — and your client relationships — back in order.
No matter how great you are at your legal support job, things are going to get stressful from time to time. Here are our top five tips for working with multiple attorneys.
If used, checklists can help improve efficiency and reduce the potential for errors by clearly setting out requirements and standardizing processes. Here are 7 checklists to not only enhance the productivity of your firm but also help grow your practice.