Does the idea of speaking in public make you start to sweat? Learn ways to improve your skills so you can relax through the process.
Communicating with opposing attorneys can be tricky for paralegals. Add these tips to your toolbox to help you avoid common pitfalls that could create delays or issues for your firm.
When planning your retirement from a law firm, a succession plan is essential Here are 4 key areas to address when preparing to “pass the torch.”
Protect yourself and your company by ensuring that your working relationships involve a solid freelance paralegal agreement that contains key elements designed to serve both sides.
When presented with the question, “So what do you do?” how do you reply? Do you have your “elevator speech” at the ready?
When a long-standing coworker retires from a law firm, their colleagues should take the opportunity to learn everything they can. Here’s how to make the most of the time you have with your knowledgeable colleagues before they leave.
Communication can make or break relationships in the legal industry. It might be time to consider how specific tools can help to support your efforts. Here are some ways to improve communication at your law firm.
In today’s digital age, the decrease in human engagement and growing popularity of virtual staffing has made it harder than ever to effectively communicate with colleagues. Here are some best practices to enhance communication at your firm:
As cases and matters pile up, so too can the digital and paper files in any law office. A lack of organization can be a real danger to your practice. Here are five of our favorite tips for getting your practice — and your client relationships — back in order.
All law firms need to bring in new clients and new matters in order to make money. Here’s our top tried and true strategies for “making it rain.”
No matter how great you are at your legal support job, things are going to get stressful from time to time. Here are our top five tips for working with multiple attorneys.
Life happens. Here are steps you can take to help you and your coworkers meet the challenge of the unexpected.
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.
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.
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.
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.