Want to outsource, but don’t know where to start? If done properly, outsourcing can result in both lower costs for the client and increased profits for the firm.
Feeling worn out in your legal support job? Learn more about maintaining positivity despite external stressors.
What are some of the top faux pas legal professionals make in the workplace? And how can employees avoid missteps around the law firm?
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.
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.
Ever wished to know the things a paralegal does over the course of their day? Here’s a (very beginning) list of some of the things you do, or could start to do, at your firm.
Discover how supervising attorneys can improve on how they support non-lawyer employees around the firm, and improve the working environment for all.
Should your firm rely on a different vendor for every service? Or are there benefits to using fewer vendors? Learn more about why less is more.
Why sit back when you can stand out? Check out these ways to prove your value to the firm and develop your career.
Legal support professionals have responsibilities to the client and the firm, just like attorneys. Are you aware of these ethical rules for paralegals?
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?
Not all courts have moved to electronic court filing and even those which have keep some documents exempt. Between court files and internal paperwork, an awful lot gets printed in any given law office. If you’re not ready to make
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