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.
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.
For as long as there have been law offices containing attorneys and paralegals, each has assumed different tasks. Today, however, modern technologies add a whole new layer to that analysis. Here’s how both can work together to ensure the most efficient use of technologies.
Does your firm have a wellness program in place? In this final article on our wellness series, we present the steps you need to take to begin implementing your firm’s wellness program.
When you consider the lists of companies that have suffered from data breaches recently, any tools to strengthen security on the user side are valuable. Here’s why your firm may want to consider using a password manager.
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.
Are you thinking about where your legal career might take you? Ask yourself where you want to go and determine what steps you need to take in the meantime, when developing your legal career plan.
Although the warmer weather and lazy summer days may be good for morale, they’re often hard on a firm’s bottom line. Here are 7 ways to take advantage of the potential opportunities that this seasonal slow time can provide:
The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) will take effect in January 2020. With more states expected to enact similar legislation, virtually every U.S. consumer will have the right to know how their data is being used. Here’s what your firm needs to know to start being compliant.
It’s one thing to identify problems in a law office, but in Part 2 of this series, we want to help you solve them. Here are four tried and true tactics for turning that difficult conversation into a catalyst for change.
Sometimes, attorneys get stuck in ruts with old technology (or lack thereof) and old processes. Here are five antiquated habits that simply don’t make sense in a modern practice.
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.
Unfortunately, bosses have been known to make decisions based on an employee’s personal life. Here are some things that you might want to think twice about before sharing with your employer