What have been your favorite blogs of the year on the One Legal website? Here are the top articles with the most reads across 2018.
How are you building professional confidence? And why is it critical for legal professionals to exude confidence in the firm and around the legal world?
What makes a “run-on document” and how can you avoid it when submitting filings electronically with the court?
What are some of the top faux pas legal professionals make in the workplace? And how can employees avoid missteps around the law firm?
What are some common misconceptions you’ve heard about the paralegal profession? Let’s dive into mythbusting about paralegals and what they do.
How is your law firm preparing for the end of the old year and the beginning of the new? Consider some new opportunities and continuing improvements you and your team can make before 2019.
Are you well-versed in all the legal technology that law firms need to succeed? Check in on the top technology skills every paralegal needs to know.
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.
What needs to be done before a member of your team goes on leave? Keep your office running smoothly with these tips for assigning responsibilities when a coworker is away.
How do you get things done during festive seasons? Check out these holiday productivity tips for personal and professional success to rock your end of year.
Voluntary eFiling in courts across the country gives filers an opportunity to establish core processes in their firm. Get started eFiling right away.
Do you know these random facts about lawyers and the practice of law? Learn more about the youngest attorneys, fairest states, and beyond.
Don’t let office overload get you down! Manage your workload with these productivity and de-stressing tips.
How does your firm evaluate new software solutions? Carefully consider your options before making a decision, and factor in these key evaluations for successful software selection.