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When hearing the term “law firm,” most people think of partners—the attorneys that make up the face of the firm. But behind every partner is a comprehensive legal professional team that keeps the wheels turning. That’s why hiring the right team members and managing them well is essential to success. 
In this article, we’ll discuss

Legal record management is a vital aspect of any law firm. Each case or matter will generate numerous records that must be securely stored and filed for future reference. Though legal record keeping is part of daily practice for law firms, it is often disorganized. This can lead to the loss or accidental sharing of

The legal profession is commonly considered a profitable one. Many people study to become a lawyer because they covet a high salary—but where does that money come from? Those outside the legal field (or new to it) may not be familiar with how lawyers get paid or know that not all payments are created equal.

Artificial Intelligence (AI) has become commonplace in our society. If you’ve ever said, “Hey Siri, what’s the weather like outside?” or “Alexa, set a timer.”—you’ve used AI. AI is everywhere, from the facial recognition that unlocks your phone to tracking your DoorDash delivery. It’s also made its mark on the tech community with chatbots, predictive

Capturing new leads and converting them into paying clients is a time-consuming and potentially unbillable process. A chatbot lawyer helps by providing 24/7 assistance to all of your firm’s website visitors. This includes answering common questions, filling out intake forms, and scheduling consultations. Your firm benefits by automating client intake tasks and possibly  boosting overall

SaaS for Lawyers
If you’ve ever used tools like Google Workspace, Microsoft 365, or MyCase legal practice management software, you’re familiar with SaaS—software as a service. SaaS is modernizing the legal industry in two ways: by making law firms more efficient and creating career opportunities for lawyers worldwide.
In this article, we’ll be discussing all

If you’re looking for a fine dining experience and end up with fast food, you’d likely be disappointed. Both are meals, but one offers a more exceptional and memorable experience. Providing excellent client services ensures that your law firm offers a Michelin star restaurant-level experience. And this means greater client retention and acquisition through positive

Choosing the right case management software to improve your law firm’s productivity and cash flow is often daunting. There are hundreds of options that tout improvements to your workflows, processes, and profitability, but how can you ensure that you’re investing in the best platform? It starts by searching for software that contains “all-in-one” features that

Your first meeting with a potential client ranks among the most important touchpoints. The client interview is an opportunity to determine whether you should work together, discuss expectations and fees, and address questions. The initial interview sets the tone for your entire attorney-client relationship. 
So how can you best prepare for these meetings and knock

When a legal case or matter has closed, it’s best practice to send a law firm closing letter to the client informing them that their legal representation has ended. Without clearly and formerly communicating closure, a client may think their representation is still occurring and lawyers risk unintentional malpractice. Closing letters not only help to

Even if we spoke about lawyers just starting their practice, a spreadsheet is not a good idea—neither for case management nor accounting. If you’re reading this, you most likely agree. Allow me to bring some clarity to this. 
#1 Using a Spreadsheet is NOT Scalable

 
A  spreadsheet sounds great at first. It’s as if