Making original documents accessible in digital format makes it possible to eFile and otherwise manage beyond the filing cabinet. Here are the best practices for converting your scanned file for eFiling:
Creating a form that others can fill out online can be a little tricky unless you have the proper tools and know-how. Here is everything you need to know about creating fillable and shareable forms in Word and PDF.
Social media is changing how legal pros recruit, locate and investigate witnesses, connect with industry influencers, interact with prospects and clients and much more. However, many aren’t sure exactly how they should pursue this new way of practice law. Here are the most popular platforms they use, along with practical tips for making the most of them.
Paraprofessionals can be a true asset to any firm so long as they are hired with the goal of firm efficiencies. Perhaps it is time to discuss whether your firm can benefit from hiring one or more specialized paraprofessionals.
Creating errors in documents is never a good thing, but it is a way bigger deal in the legal profession. We’ve compiled a list of common errors made by lawyers and tips for avoiding them.
In part 2 of our marketing series, we continue to share the best strategies for marketing your firm. Here are several more ways to attract clients and receive more cases.
With all the clutter that exists online in law firm marketing, how does a firm set itself apart? In this two-part series, we’ll discuss ten of the best techniques law firms can use to market their services effectively.
Between the nearly 1,000 redactions in Robert Mueller’s report and the failed redactions in the Paul Manafort filings, “redaction” has appeared in the news quite a lot. Uncover why this matters and how you can avoid ever making headlines with redactions.
Demanding clients are business as usual in the legal industry. Here are five ways to meet, manage and exceed clients’ potentially unrealistic expectations while remaining sane.
Sure, you can eFile, but are you successful at it? If not, then it’s likely that there are ways that you can up your eFiling game and take your electronic court filing to the next level. Here’s how you, too, can become an eFiling super user.
Learn how to merge and split existing PDF documents within the most common software platforms (Adobe Acrobat and Nuance) for a successful court filing.
Are your legal research processes as efficient and focused as they could be? Studies show that many cases suffer from insufficient research; find out how to maximize legal research in your firm.
Are you effecting electronic service correctly along with your electronic court filing? Check in on eService best practices and learn how to eServe and eFile at the same time.
How do you access your favorite sites, top resources, and go-to information? Check out this list of 10 links to bookmark and how to do so.
Editing and writing are two critical abilities for any legal professional. Have you honed these top legal writing skills in your law office?
Sending a note to the court is a great way to give your filing a boost. Here are some possible messages to the court clerk and why it could help your case.