Home » Small Law (page 30)

Small Law

How Buyers Seek Out Small Law Firms and Determine Expertise

How Buyers Seek Out Small Law Firms and Determine Expertise

Note:  The following is a guest post by Lee Frederiksen a managing partner at Hinge Marketing. Understanding how buyers check out your law firm is an important element of creating the right messaging and marketing strategy required for growth and profitability. The more you know about your prospects’ purchasing behaviors and preferences, the more you can cater your moves to ... Read More »

Research: GC Reassign Litigation Work to Innovative Law Firms

General Counsel Reassigning Litigation Work to Innovative Law Firms

Note: The following is a guest post from Daryn Teague, who provides support to the litigation software product line within the LexisNexis software division. Each year, BTI Consulting Group surveys more than 300 general counsel at major American corporations and publishes its annual BTI Litigation Outlook report. There are five top litigation market drivers for 2015, according to BTI: 1. ... Read More »

5 Essential Practice Management Reports for Small Law Firms  

5 Essential Practice Management Reports for Small Law Firms

A recent survey of 309 small law firm billing practices in the U.S. found that about 80% use software for legal billing. That’s great news and as a legal technology vendor we are, unsurprisingly, big advocates of using software. About 67% – still a wide majority – say this software is “legal specific software” meaning it was designed for law ... Read More »

Infographic Friday:  6 Key Questions about BYOD

Infographic Friday 6 Key Questions about BYOD - header

BYOD, or bring your own device, is a hot issue in legal circles.  For corporate counsel, BYOD carries inherent risks.  For law firms, BYOD is yet another aspect of technology that contributing to “soft target” perception, and may be a contributing factor that some market watchers predicting a major breach in 2015. To be sure, there are strong and often ... Read More »

10 Takeaways from the Shelton Leadership Forum

Culture Leadership Tips from an NC State Conference

One of the benefits of relocating the LexisNexis software division on NC State’s Centennial Campus is the access the university provides to a wealth of resources.   One of those resources is the Shelton Leadership Center which advocates the importance of “values-based leadership development for corporations, educational institutions, community agencies and public officials.” The center, which bears the namesake of General ... Read More »

5 Litigation Support Tech Trends from 2014 ILTA Survey

5 Litigation Support Tech Trends from 2014 ILTA Survey

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 International Legal Technology Association (ILTA)’s annual Technology Survey was just released, reporting on a wide range of legal IT trends across the past four years, based on the input of 454 law firms nationwide. One of the areas ... Read More »

Happy Holidays from LexisNexis

Happy Holidays from LexisNexis

In this, our final post of the year, we are sending out a big “thank you” note for the opportunity to engage with you on these pages. We hope you have an enjoyable holiday and look forward to engaging you in 2015.   If you enjoyed this post, you might also like: 25-Plus Predictions for the Legal Industry in 2015  Read More »

Law Blog Lessons and the Best of #BusinessofLaw for 2014

Law Blog Lessons and the Best of #BusinessofLaw for 2014

Readers of this blog seem prefer posts about two things: law firm billing metrics and industry studies. At least that’s our assessment of the top 10 posts for 2014. The following are the most read blog posts from the year, with two exceptions. If a post already appeared in either of our previous two year-end roundup posts – one on ... Read More »

Top 10 Legal Infographics of 2014

Top 10 Legal Infographics of 2014

Fridays have been fun on the Business of Law Blog because we usually look to publish something on the “sharable” side as part of our Friday Share series. We’ve experimented with a range of shareable content including videos from YouTube, presentations from SlideShare, Hollywood previews, sometimes heady, but entirely fascinating, position papers from Scribd and of course, our favorite, legal ... Read More »

A Handy Reference Guide to 6 Legal Industry Studies

A Handy Reference Guide to 6 Legal Industry Studies

Regular readers know we spend a lot of time reviewing and writing about legal industry studies on these pages.  Perusing these pages will show we published more than 30 individual posts in 2014 – about both qualitative and quantitative research. Some of this research stems from projects we developed – others are derived from projects from across the industry, including ... Read More »