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Moneyball for Lawyers: Hollywood Lessons for Practicing Law

Moneyball for Lawyers

What does a hit movie starring Brad Pitt have to do with how you run your law practice? Plenty. Because just like Oakland A’s General Manager Billy Beane used data analysis to revolutionize the way baseball is played, you can take the same approach to learn how your firm operates –and grow it to its highest possible potential. Data Doesn’t ... Read More »

Unpacking the ABA Tech Survey on Law Firm Security

Unpacking the ABA Tech Survey on Law Firm Security

Recently news broke of the latest findings stemming from the newly released 2015 ABA Technology Survey.  By our count, the complete report, which LexisNexis supported through sponsorship, runs more than 900 pages with an executive summary that alone counts 242 numbered pages. Data providing insight as to the state of law firm security were among the first results widely reported ... Read More »

Infographic: How Clients Find Law Firms

How Clients Find Law Firms

A young girl asked her father about that plastic-wrapped rectangular package.  It had been sitting in the corner of the family’s driveway for several days. As they walked out together to finally pick it up, the father explains the concept of those yellow colored pages in a phone book. Its information, presented alphabetically by topic, so people can find services ... Read More »

The Five Gears Driving Law Firm Profitability

The Five Gears Driving Law Firm Profitability

Cost-cutting can improve margins in the short-term, but profit is just one gear among several affecting law firm profitability, according to a white paper titled Driving Profitability Forward. Gears are a sound analogy for framing the business of law, because while a gear moves independently, as part of a system, gears are interdependent. When one gear falls out of sync… ... Read More »

7 Exceptional Posts Contributed by Legal Experts

7 Exceptional Posts Contributed by Legal Experts

So far this year, we’ve published more than 200 blogs posts but just a handful of them have been contributed blog posts – and those contributed posts are exceptional. Below is a list of seven contributed posts – most of which were published over the summer and might have been missed – which we solicited from legal experts across the ... Read More »

Webinars: eDiscovery CLE and other LexisNexis Events in October

Webinar eDiscovery CLE and other LexisNexis Events in October

Instead of trick or treats, how about CLE credits for Halloween this year? You don’t have to wear a costume to earn the credits, it will take some spookiness out of eDiscovery, and you get a head start on costume ideas.  After all, armed with CLE credits on eDiscovery, you’ll be entitled to splurge on a new super lawyer costume ... Read More »

5 Expert Tips for the Time Matters Practice Management Tool

5 Expert Tips for the Time Matters Practice Management Tool

There’s a vast community of knowledge in the legal community aimed at helping small law firms get the most out of technology – and customize it to fit the unique needs of every firm. Below we’ve rounded up a list of recent tips and tricks from consultants and professionals from across the legal ecosystem for the LexisNexis® Time Matters® solution: ... Read More »

4 Creative Business Insights from Small Law Super Lawyers

4 Creative Business Strategies from Small Law Super Lawyers

Every business is unique and often that uniqueness is tied to climate or culture.  In our view, law firms – the business of law – aren’t exempt. No place does that come through than in dozens of case studies (i.e. Time Matters, PCLaw, Juris) we compile every year. Certainly the focus of a case study is to draw forth exactly ... Read More »

Great Legal Links: The Top 10 of 66 Business of Law Blog Posts

Great Legal Links The Top 10 of 66 Business of Law Blog Posts

We’ve published 66 posts on these pages in the three months spanning June, July and August. Here’s a summary of the most popular – that is the most read – Business of Law Blog posts for that time period.  It’s always fascinating to see the most read, are not always the posts with the most social shares. We’ve also listed ... Read More »

Early Case Assessment:  The Haystack is Getting Bigger

Early Case Assessment The Haystack is Getting Bigger

Upwards of 90% of all data has been created in the last two years alone, according to Aaron Pierce.  The data statistics are staggering; the needle is the same size, but the haystack is getting bigger. He presented a session at ILTACON that walked attendees through two tools our company provides in support of early case assessment: the Early Data ... Read More »