Since more than 36% of Americans commute between 20 to 44 minutes each way for work, we thought the new decade would be the perfect time to introduce a new list of podcasts that will not only make your downtime more interesting but add to your legal insight.
Some firms see positive results when switching to a four-day workweek. Will this flexible and shortened workweek make its way to your firm?
How will you set the course for 2020 in a way that will help your firm thrive? Here are 5 tips on building your firm’s roadmap for the new year.
Invariably, first-year legal professionals make mistakes. The good news is, they’re largely avoidable. Here are some of the top mistakes you should avoid as a new legal professional.
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.
If used, checklists can help improve efficiency and reduce the potential for errors by clearly setting out requirements and standardizing processes. Here are 7 checklists to not only enhance the productivity of your firm but also help grow your practice.
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.
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.
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.
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:
There is no end to the amount of work any member of a law firm must do. But many companies out there are willing and able to do many of the small things for you. By relying on these niche professionals, you can save yourself and your colleagues time each week.
For those of you who have dragged your feet into the age of automation, here are a few baby steps to help you remove the everyday redundancies.
Document management systems are fantastic – if they’re used (and used correctly). Here are five of our favorite tips to improve efficiency and ensure a smooth eFiling experience.
In law, being organized is considered critical for conducting business in a productive manner. Creating and maintaining a clutter-free environment will likely improve the quality of your work, along with your mood.