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.
Currently, 36 states have adopted the duty of technology competence. While there may be some biases and challenges, there are several reasons that support the value of tech training and for continuing education programs in a firm.
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.
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.
No longer a problem for personal relationships alone, more job seekers and employees are choosing to avoid a potentially uncomfortable conversation with a recruiter or manager by “ghosting” them instead. Learn about the latest not-so-nice trend to hit the job market.
How is the dashboard working for you so far? What do you most appreciate about the dashboard? What more do you wish you could see and do?
In this article, we explore some of the major considerations for becoming a freelance attorney – from pros to cons and everything in-between.
Here are five traits that every paralegal should look for when deciding to work with an attorney in order to create a successful and solid working relationship.
Technology has been a great improvement in the practice of law, but it can also be a liability as far as attorney-client privilege. Attorneys and law firms should use this caution as an opportunity to safeguard and bolster their security to better represent their clients.
While periodic meetings can increase productivity, meetings in law firms are often notorious for starting late, running long, being unengaging, or having no defined purpose. To make sure your firm is using everyone’s valuable time wisely, here are 8 questions that need to be asked and answered before you set up a meeting.
Today, a firm must actually work at serving its clients in order to thrive. In the end, however, you may be surprised how much your renewed focus on clients improves your bottom line. Here’s what that looks like on a day to day basis.
Our jobs are so word-intensive that you really can’t make it all that far in law if you aren’t a natural wordsmith. Good news is there’s an app for that! Here are 10 legal writing tools to simplify your life and improve your writing.
How can establishing automated court searches lead to positive business development and superior client service?