Take the emergency practices of this year and turn them into a formalized, sustainable, productive set of processes for your entire firm.
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.
One Legal’s free virtual conference will feature speakers from all around the industry and beyond. Here are just a few of the many reasons why you owe it to yourself and your firm to attend!
Given the prevalence of eFiling, firms are required to be nearly perfect when submitting their documents to a court. We’ve compiled a last-minute “quick check” to help ensure your next filing is a successful one!
How are you getting your legal documents filed? Professional law firms benefit from using an experienced court filing service like One Legal.
If you entered the legal profession prior to this millennium, you likely remember how crucial the “court runner” was to your firm’s day-to-day operations. Whether they were serving documents on an opposing party or filing pleadings with a court clerk, court runners were an absolute necessity for getting documents where […]
When the conversation turns to digital files, a paperless office, and cloud-based storage, many lawyers vow to never give up their accordion files, manila folders, and post-it notes. But the paperless law firm is definitely the wave of the future – or the present for some practices. Like it or […]
Paper, paper, paper! Many law offices are overflowing with the stuff, and it causes a lot of issues. How do you physically store it all? How do you quickly locate the files when you need them later? How do you efficiently file papers at court and share them with clients […]
Moving to a completely paperless law office might seem like an insurmountable task. Look around now and you’ll likely see paper everywhere: case notes, client letters, filings for the court, documents to be shared with other parties, and more. It doesn’t need to be this way. You’re possibly thinking, “what’s […]
Since computers entered the mainstream in the 1980s, it’s been hard to escape articles proclaiming the era of the paperless law office. Indeed, “The Economist” was proclaiming that paper would be a thing of the past way back in 1980. Things didn’t go as planned. Since the 1980s average paper […]