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4 Certs Legal Should Ensure Managed Services Providers Have

4 Security-Related Certifications Law Firm Managed Services Providers Should Have

Note:  The following is a guest post from Jeff Norris who leads architecture and security for the LexisNexis Managed Services business. Over the past couple of years, the legal industry has seen a growing trend of corporate counsel and their outside law firms choosing to contract with managed services providers for handling litigation data. Managed service providers provide an environment ... Read More »

Hot Legal Links and the Top 10 Posts You Might Have Missed

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In the year that’s passed since we launched this little blog, we’ve been amazed at the growth in readership. In 12 months or so, this blog has earned hundreds of thousands page views (and that continues to grow).  A huge “thank you” is in order for reading, engaging, sharing and otherwise, spending a few moments of your day with us. For ... Read More »

Are US and UK Law Firm IT Oceans Apart?

Are US-UK Law Firm IT Oceans Apart

Note: The following is a guest post from Daryn Teague, who provides support to the litigation software product line within the LexisNexis software division. The legal services industry is increasingly a global marketplace, fueled by more cross-border law firm mergers this year and continuous innovation in the application of technology to the practice of law. Still, there are attributes unique ... Read More »

Monica Bay:  You Can’t Practice Law without Technology

You Can’t Practice Law without Technology

Three formative early notions may well have shaped her legal and legal reporting career. First, as an “temp” secretary and paralegal at a law firms while paying her own way through law school, she recalls “what it was like to be invisible as a non-lawyer.” She understood, indeed experienced, how important non-lawyers are to the business of law. Second, law ... Read More »

5 Benefits of the Hosted Model for Litigation Support

5 Benefits of the Hosted Model for Litigation Support

Note: The following is a guest post from Daryn Teague, who provides support to the litigation software product line within the LexisNexis software division. With corporate counsel, law firms and outside service providers mobilizing to deal with the data security threat confronting our industry, more legal professionals are debating the idea of moving to a “hosted” model for managing litigation ... Read More »

Citi Private Bank Law Firm Survey Finds More Signs Point Positive

Citi Legal Survey Finds More Signs Point Positive

The growing confidence observed across the US legal industry, including optimism from corporate counsel, at year’s end seems to be continuing. That’s according to the latest Quarterly Flash issued by Citi Private Bank which examined the full year for 2014. According to an executive summary we were sent by email: Law firm revenue grew, profits widened, productivity increased and demand ... Read More »

Most US Presidents Were Lawyers

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If you’d like something interesting read about US Presidents that were also lawyers, consider this piece published in 2009 by the ABA Journal:  Fascinating facts about America’s lawyer-presidents.  It includes interesting facts such as: Taft had the most diverse legal career of America’s lawyer-presidents. His resume included service as a city attorney, superior court and federal circuit court judge, law school ... Read More »

Friday Share:  An Essential Guide for Lawyers in Social Media

Friday Share Essential Guide for Lawyers in Social Media

The online publication Attorney at Work recently published a free Lawyer’s Guide to Social Media Marketing. It’s an impressive piece of work that both breaks down results of a survey of its own readers and bundles a range of useful independent articles. These articles are quick reads and written by reputable personalities in the legal industry including Jared Correia, Gyi ... Read More »

How Law Firms can Generate More Referrals and New Business

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Note:  The following is a guest post by Lee Frederiksen a managing partner at Hinge Marketing. Generating referrals has always been an essential part of law firms’ marketing strategies. In fact, when we asked professional services firms what their biggest marketing priorities were for 2015, generating more referrals was the top priority, with 61.9 percent of respondents citing it. Yet ... Read More »

6 Tips from the Big Law Trenches for an Effective Digital Strategy

6 Tips from the Big Law Trenches for an Effective Digital Strategy

A website is just the beginning of creating an effective digital strategy. This was the idea Michelle Woodyear, digital marketing manager at Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe, LLP conveyed during her presentation at LegalTech® New York 2015 last week. Ms. Woodyear provided first-hand experience of how her firm rebuilt their digital strategy into an opportunity engine. Every firm has a website. ... Read More »