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SlideShare Friday:  Turning Law Firm Website Visitors into Clients

SlideShare Friday Turning Website Visitors into Clients

If there was ever a question about whether the web was a good place to attract clients, a new report by market research firm eMarketer puts it to bed.  “People are pretty much glued to technology 24/7,” read the report headline which also spells out some compelling statistics: 60% of U.S. internet users are connected “almost always” Just 43% of ... Read More »

Legal Tech: How Safe is it to Hit Send?

How Safe is it to Hit Send

Every day attorneys will “hit send” as they email back and forth a myriad of confidential documents to their clients and colleagues. While this is a seemingly harmless business task, a new study from LexisNexis shows that electronic file sharing might not be as safe as some attorneys think it is. The study, File Sharing in the Legal Industry, found ... Read More »

August Webinar Recess; 9 LexisNexis Software Webinars

August Webinar Recess 9 LexisNexis Software Webinars

The LexisNexis software division is hosting a plethora of webinars this month on topics ranging from law firm practice management and our financial and billing software, to a breakdown of our latest Enterprise Legal Management Trends report. Some of these webinars are designed for existing customers – and it’s a great way to get some free training – and some ... Read More »

Top 10 #BusinessofLaw Posts You Might have Missed in July

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At just about the half-way mark in August, the process of looking back on which posts readers preferred in July reminded us to take a look even further back – to about this time last year. This time last year we were engaged at the ILTA 2013 conference which was held in Las Vegas and we ran a number of ... Read More »

3 Lessons from Switching Practice Management Tools

3 Lessons from Switching Practice Management Tools

Switch law firm practice management tools is sizable undertaking. The selection process and expenses aside, the change can be disruptive to business process. Sometimes this happens at a time of growth because a firm has outgrown its existing software. This was the predicament of and Atlanta-based litigation law firm Bloom Surgarman Everett, LLP as described in a new case study ... Read More »

Seven Tips for Improving Law Firm Billing Efficiency

Seven Tips for Improving Law Firm Billing Efficiency

Note: This post was penned by Loretta Ruppert and originally published in GP Solo in August 2013. Geneva Yourse was a relatively new attorney when she took a big risk: she quit a secure job as an attorney with a family friendly firm.  Why?  Because she wanted to pursue something bigger:  to hang her own shingle.  Hanging up a shingle, ... Read More »

Best Practices for Effective Law Firm Client Intake

Best Practices for Effective Law Firm Client Intake

Note: This post was penned by Christopher Anderson and originally published in Legal Management Magazine in June 2103. The number of business leads were increasing every month, yet the number of cases the firm took on were declining says Luke Marchie of a firm with which he’s previously worked. The problem, according to the marketing director who is currently with Young, Klein & ... Read More »

Product Notes: LexisNexis Rolls out Juris 2.6.1 Billing Software

LexisNexis Rolls out Juris 2.6.1 Billing Software

“I have found through the years that the reports in Juris will have almost everything any attorney could ask for even if all you have is core Juris,” wrote Gail Thomas, a billing supervisor with English, Lucas, Priest & Owsley, LLP in a “power interview” published on this blog. “It may be on several reports, but it usually there. We just ... Read More »

Power of Lists: 51 Twitter Handles for Legal Pros to Follow

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A little while ago, LexBlog founder Kevin O’Keefe  gave us a compliment in a post titled Two legal companies doing Twitter the right away.  While we can’t attest to whether or not we’re doing it the “right away” as Mr. O’Keefe said, we do work at it and just like the rest of the professionals in the legal industry, we ... Read More »

Legal Tech Briefs: Law Firm Practice Management Tools

Legal Tech Briefs Law Firm Practice Management Tools

He went to school to be a lawyer and wound up as a technology consultant to law firms for the last 12 years. A little more than a decade ago, Craig Bayer finished school and went to work for a law firm, which coincidentally had just purchased LexisNexis® PCLaw® software for practice management.  Though at the time he had no ... Read More »