Diving headfirst into legal tech solutions that you’re unfamiliar with can be a bit, disconcerting. It also can be counterproductive. A few early adopters are willing to take the inherent risks that come with trying something new. But is it worth it? If you start slowly, use the right tools
The legal tech landscape is changing yet again as technology shifts to accommodate industry changes and client demands. Ironically, adopting legal tech trends can be challenging for firms that aren’t natively digital. Most firms aren’t ready. But that’s changing rapidly. Research shows firms are beginning to adopt a forward-looking stance
Is it possible for your small to medium firm to consistently outperform larger, more established competitors? To produce the kind of performance, value and profit and your firm needs to grow rapidly? It’s tough at times, isn’t it? Many attorneys are looking for a way to produce stellar work and
Do you need it? The 2017 ABA Legal Technology Survey shows that law firms need help with a specific set of practice management tasks. The report states the majority of firms need help with management tasks as opposed to more specialized items. What does that mean? It means attorneys need
It sounds unreasonable. Researchers say you’re going to fail to keep your New Year’s Resolutions, but you should try anyway. At first glance, this sounds ridiculous. Why set yourself up for failure? Because your New Year’s resolution is one of the best ways to create a virtuous cycle of success.
What would it be like to produce stellar work consistently? It sounds like a dream. The reality is even more surprising. But it’s completely possible for firms that rely exclusively on cloud computing to get the work they need done. The cloud produces incredible benefits for firms that use it.