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Friday Share: Client Satisfaction Keeps Small Law Up at Night

Client Satisfaction Keeps Small Law Up at Night-small

What’s the biggest concern keeping small law firm attorneys up at night?  Client satisfaction according to a LexisNexis Firm Manager® poll conducted of attendees at the recent ABA TECHSHOW. Some of the other top concerns that get between a lawyer and a good night’s sleep included, case management chaos, managing calendars , file security and malpractice.   The image nearby depicts ... Read More »

The Deep Discount Attorney and other Cautionary Tales

The Deep Discount Attorney and other Cautionary Tales

At the beginning of the year, we shared big ideas from Ann Guinn: Infographic: 9 Ways to Run a Small Law Firm as a Business.  More recently, she presented these insights during a webinar titled: The Happy Lawyer’s Guide to Running Your Firm like a Business. While much of her discussion covers the 9 keys to running a firm like ... Read More »

Firm Manager Rolls out QuickBooks Integration

Firm Manager Rolls out QuickBooks Integration

The award-winning cloud-based law firm practice management tool by LexisNexis rolled out a new integration for a widely adopted online accounting product.  The LexisNexis Firm Manager® team announced integration with the Intuit® QuickBooks® Online accounting software. The integration synchronizes invoices created in the practice management tool with the accounting books maintained in the QuickBooks Online product.  This eliminates an extra ... Read More »

Spring Forward with 6 Legal Tech Webinars for April

Spring Forward with these 6 Legal Tech Webinars for April

Whether springing forward or falling back, those affected by changes for daylight savings are reminded twice a year the value of an hour.   To that end, we put a lot of effort into lining up webinar – that last about an hour – with high quality speakers and content. Below you can find our monthly legal tech roundup with webinars ... Read More »

5 Timeless April Fools’ Jokes for the Legal Community

5 Timeless April Fools’ Jokes for the Legal Community

With April Fools’ Day landing on the last day of the week this year, we are again embracing levity.  This year we are building on the April Fool’s Pranks for Lawyers piece curated on these pages last year. After searching for new gags with an appropriate angle for legal, we’ve added just two more to the list as the theme ... Read More »

Winning Small Law Clients: Tips from a Shoe Salesperson

Want to Win More Clients Watch a Shoe Salesperson, Says Survey

Law firms can learn a thing or two about client service by emulating a Nordstrom shoe salesperson, says a new ABA Benchmark Client Intake Study. The survey, which aims to get a real sense for what prospective clients experience when trying to engage with a law firm, concludes law firms are missing the client service mark in a big way. ... Read More »

Don’t Use Ugly Data: 5 Secrets for Small Law Firm Accounting

Don’t Use Ugly Data 5 Secrets for Small Law Firm Accounting

“Nobody wants to look at ugly data,” says Tyler Chapman. He finds offering stakeholders sloppy and unpolished reports is one of the biggest accounting blunders law firm accounting staff can make. Instead, the LexisNexis business consultant recommends staff consider the audience first and customize reports for easy absorption. Polished reports are a function of process – and good process breeds ... Read More »

Report: North Carolina poised for Tech Growth

Report North Carolina poised for Tech Growth

Move over Silicon Valley, the state of technology in North Carolina looks increasingly attractive to businesses. That’s our interpretation of the 2016 North Carolina State of Technology industry report, which we are featuring for this week’s Friday Share. It’s no coincidence that LexisNexis continues to build out the Raleigh Technology Center of Excellence. The second annual report was produced by ... Read More »

10 Signs Small Law Firms are leaving $10k a Year on the Table

10 Signs Small Law Firms are leaving $10k a Year on the Table

“If you’re not earning adequately, you’re probably not taking care of your clients adequately,” says law firm practice management consultant, Ann Guinn. Ms. Guinn believes a majority of solo and small firm attorneys are leaving money on the table, upwards of $10,000 annually and unnecessarily. “In my 30-something years in the legal industry, I never met an attorney or law ... Read More »

Business Talent:  USO of NC Helping Troops in Transition

Business Talent USO of NC Helping Troops in Transition

While the USO may be better known for military entertainment and airport lounges, it is also evolving to meet the needs of our nation’s service members and their families, especially as they transition back into the civilian world. The range of programs the organization provides has broadened to include career transition programs, according to Kelli Davis, the Troops & Family ... Read More »