[Infographic] The High-Performing Law Firm

Posted by Gaby Isturiz on May 23, 2017 9:21:23 AM

Times have changed and the way that we practice law is continuing to evolve. Today's most competitive law firms are leveraging technology to address today's challenges and outperform their peers. Our latest infographic details the ways in which today's firms are shifting to achieve the highest performance possible. 

Topics: Law Firm Management & Growth


Before the Invoice: The Law Firm Data Everyone Ignores

Posted by Gaby Isturiz on Apr 12, 2017 3:28:11 PM

 

The following post is an excerpt from our latest eBook, Law Firm Data: The Shortest Path to Revenue. Download the eBook today to learn how to use your firm’s data to increase performance, efficiency and revenue.

In Legal Technology, there is much discussion and range in terms of Key Performance Metrics (KPIs) tracked by law firms. As the American Bar Association (ABA) pointed out in a recent article: 

Topics: Law Firm Management & Growth, Data


Three Key Challenges Facing Law Firms in 2017

Posted by Gaby Isturiz on Feb 17, 2017 11:52:41 AM

Each year, we look forward to the release of the annual ILTA technology survey. Always insightful and forward-looking, the ILTA technology Survey takes a look at the technology issues, practices and trends happening at today’s firms and provides an analysis of the “state of technology,” if you will.

This year’s report brought up some of the common “issues or annoyances” faced by today’s firms. You are probably familiar with the common saying “technology is great - when it works!” As it turns out, there are several reasons why technology may not be working (and therefore, causing issues and annoyances) for firms and its attorneys and staff.  

Topics: Law Firm Management & Growth


4 Ways to Increase Firm Revenue (Without Attorneys Working More)

Posted by Gaby Isturiz on Jul 28, 2015 11:35:00 AM

According to the 2015 Canadian Lawyer Compensation Survey, most attorneys (at best) are stuck in the status quo. Bonuses for achieving billable targets are staying the same, if not decreasing.  The survey results suggests “law firms are looking elsewhere when it comes to measuring the work product of their lawyers.”

Topics: Law Firm Management & Growth