Use these tips as you’re making your next professional move. Whether you’re moving to a large or small firm, you’ll be prepared to put your best foot forward.
Use these critical steps to help you stay professional, focused, and protect yourself if you’re ever faced with an attorney behaving unethically.
Improve your firm’s client management success with these actionable ways to include your clients in the nuances of the eFiling process.
Landing a new position as a legal professional can garner both excitement and anxiety. These tips will help you make a smoother transition and command the respect you deserve in the post-pandemic workforce.
Ever dealt with a difficult boss? Here are some helpful tips that can help you set important boundaries, protect your peace of mind, and stay focused on professional growth.
Leverage your skillset and the post-pandemic demand for virtual legal support professionals with these tips to help you build your dream work week and get the most out of juggling multiple contracts.
Have you tried improving wellness in your firm to maximize team productivity? Use these tips to inspire your team toward consistent personal and professional wellness.
Practical tips for paralegals on how to negotiate the flexible work arrangement that fits your needs, increases your income, and gives you more work-life balance.
Use these time-honored tactics to help you grow your small law firm based on strategic planning goals used by big-box law firms.
How to build attorney-level skills through legal advocacy work that stands out to hiring managers
While obtaining a paralegal credential is a voluntary certification process that can improve a resume, it’s not an entry-level requirement to enter the field. Here are 8 reasons why paralegals should consider becoming certified.
The weeks leading up to a trial can be stressful. Here are some top tips for ensuring that your team has the very best shot at success:
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.
Billable hours. Non-billable hours. The distinction is critical, for those working in a law firm. In fact, many law firms have minimum billable hour requirements and the amount worked will likely affect your chances of securing a higher salary. Here’s what you need to know.