Your practice needs a dependable set of policies to ensure that you continue to turn a profit and aren’t letting anyone take advantage of your firm. Here are 5 policy strategies that to consider, and in turn, establish within your firm: Being transparent Having proper intake procedures Strengthening your
You’ve won. A large new client has just signed on the dotted line. You’ve received a sizeable retainer with the promise of more work if the initial project goes well. Your clients trust you enough to sign on the dotted line. But their trust isn’t where it should be. Not
Attorneys are working harder than ever. Expectations around workweek productivity were high to begin with. Thanks to the Great Associate Pay Raise of 2016, attorneys are now working more hours. Sure attorneys are making more money. But that salary increase comes at a cost. As salaries and bonuses rise, so
Automation is an ever-growing topic among workforces all over, and the legal industry needs to follow suit in order to reap the benefits of: Saving time – Automation tools work to handle certain tasks for you, so you don’t have to spend extra time doing it yourself. Cutting down on
A crucial part of running a virtual law firm is ensuring that you’re efficiently using the software tools that can take care of the miscellaneous tasks which take up an unnecessary amount of time. That way, you can focus on what really matters, providing your clients with a great service.
Your time is irreplaceable. It’s infinitely valuable, something you can’t get back. Time is value for almost every law firm. Every attorney knows this, yet most firms struggle with time tracking. It’s a common experience. Time tracking at your practice is vital. It isn’t rocket science. It’s simple, straightforward