It’s challenging to make decisions when you don’t know what your options are—and, if you’re a lawyer, chances are you have limited time as it is to review those options! While you might not be completely satisfied with your legal software, the thought of researching other options or implementing new technology can feel like a

LegalTech has come a long way in the past couple of decades. Firms are increasingly going paperless, with 60% now operating in the cloud. Tech-savvy firms have realized that tedious manual tasks—from document creation to client communication—can now be almost entirely automated. Indeed, with every passing year, technology continues to redefine the legal profession. As

Several years ago, our research team undertook a multi-year cohort analysis to learn more about what contributes to sustained revenue growth among highly successful law firms.
In doing so, we hoped to find great examples of successful businesses in legal—and to define some best practices that other legal professionals can learn from and adopt.
Our

Choosing the Right Paralegal Software Program: A Guide
Paralegals are highly-trained professionals, performing a wide range of mission-critical support services—but they are often overburdened by routine, low-value administrative tasks. This is where paralegal software can help.
Legal software for paralegals automates time-intensive administrative tasks, allowing paralegals to focus on higher-value (and ultimately more interesting)

The legaltech industry has grown significantly in recent years, resulting in substantial investment and consolidation. In the last three years alone, Clio led these trends, raising a combined US$360 million in our Series D and Series E investment rounds, the latter resulting in a $1.6 billion valuation that earned Clio its unicorn status.
Most recently,

The best attorneys understand that earning—and keeping—their clients’ trust is one of the most critical factors for a successful practice. Law firm clients entrust their attorneys with sensitive personal information to help advance their case and rely on them to protect this information. However, if personal health information is involved, complying with the Health

In today’s hyper-connected world, clients expect law firms to have all the right measures in place to protect their sensitive information. Along with strong security protocols, cybersecurity insurance for law firms is another powerful component of a risk management strategy. In particular, it provides financial coverage that can help solo practitioners and small law firms

The legal industry is evolving rapidly for both attorneys and paralegals alike. And paralegal newsletters can help you keep a finger on the pulse. 
While paralegals traditionally focused on administrative matters, firms are increasingly employing automated tech solutions to handle these tasks. Therefore, paralegals are taking on increasingly complex tasks—and are generally finding new ways