Benjamin Franklin, one of the Founding Fathers of the United States, once said that failing to plan is planning to fail. And he couldn’t be more right. Whether in business, personal lives, work projects, etc., it takes proper planning to achieve your desired goals within a specified time frame. Today, we focus solely on creating
Technology and the legal industry haven’t always gone hand in hand. It’s no wonder that the legal sector lags behind others when it comes to technology. However, there seems to be a change of heart in the industry recently. More law firms are embracing technology to navigate the tricky legal system, overcome the widespread security
Law firms are businesses like any other, and they must promote their services to attract leads and turn them into clients. However, not all marketing strategies work for every law firm. For that reason, it is in your firm’s best interest to measure the success of marketing endeavors through different metrics. This can help you
Client experience may be a new buzzword in the legal industry, but it’s fast emerging as a critical frontier on which law firms set apart from the competition. Today, clients have clear-cut expectations on what law firms should do to foster stronger relationships with them, and if they don’t experience that, they won’t think twice
For lawyers who are expected to be always efficient, precise, and accurate, it is surprising how often their business administration remains in disarray. That is the story for many firms that still rely on manual administration such as billing and invoicing. The era of timesheets and manual billing is not gone yet. Attorneys are still
Companies and professionals in most industries have always been willing to embrace or at least consider the idea of employees working from home. Some law firms, however, have always been resistant to the idea. It was only after the COVID-19 pandemic forced everyone to consider working from home that most law firms implemented the idea.