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6 Key Ingredients to a Law Firm Data Security Plan

6 Key Ingredients to a Law Firm Data Security Plan

Note: The following is a guest post from Daryn Teague, who provides support to the litigation software product line within the LexisNexis software division. In spite of all the (misguided) jokes and caricatures of lawyers in our society, the fact is that the practice of law in America has always been rooted in a strong sense of ethical conduct. From the required curriculum ... Read More »

Six Practical Small Law Tips for Setting Goals

6 Practical Small Law Tips for Setting Goals

Note: The following is an excerpt from a new eBook titled 15 Ideas for Getting a Jump-Start on 2015 which is freely available with registration. To paraphrase Lewis Carroll, “If you don’t know where you’re going, any road will take you there.” That’s why goal setting is paramount to success in the law and any other area of life. The process doesn’t have ... Read More »

Friday Share: 3 Digital Trends Impacting Law Firm Marketing

3 Digital Trends Impacting Law Firm Marketing

“Attorneys may not want to market, but they certainly want the new business that comes from it,” said Larry Bodine, a lawyer, journalist and legal marketer. We first spotted his comments in an interview posted to the Legal Broadcast Network, which is produced by the Sequence Media Group.  The interview is embedded nearby and runs just eight minutes; it’s this ... Read More »

Tech Savvy as a Source of Law Firm Innovation

Tech Savvy as a Source of Law Firm Innovation

More and more law firms are embracing technology as a means to improve client experience, according to BTI Consulting. A survey of corporate counsel conducted by the research firm found “9% more law firms using technology as a source of innovation in 2015.” The statistic is just one slice of data from a larger study – the BTI Brand Elite ... Read More »

A List of 15 People that Can Make or Break a Law Firm

The List of 15 People that Will Make or Break a Law Firm

He gave a room full of law firm marketing and business development professionals just 30 seconds to write down the names of five clients that their law firm does not have right now, but would like to have at the end of the year. It proved to be a challenge – few could complete the task in the allotted time. ... Read More »

3 Law Practice System Webinars for LexisNexis Customers

3 Law Practice System Webinars for LexisNexis Customers

Every month, usually on the second or third Friday of the month, we offer “Feature Friday” webinars.  These sessions provide free software training for existing law firm practice management  customers who are subscribed to an annual maintenance plan (AMP). This week the Feature Friday webinars include presentations focused on the LexisNexis®  PCLaw®, Time Matters® and Juris® solutions.  The sessions are ... Read More »

5 Critical Questions for Building a Law Practice

5 Critical Questions to Ask Yourself When Building a Law Practice

Note: The following is an excerpt from a new eBook titled 15 Ideas for Getting a Jump-Start on 2015 which is freely available with registration. I’m often asked about the most effective approach to take when building a law practice. While there are many different ways to go about it, my answer is always the same: the best thing you can do is ... Read More »

Legal Tech Endurance: LexisNexis Returns to Ironman Raleigh

Legal Tech Endurance Return of the LexisNexis Ironman Raleigh 70

Last year LexisNexis took a giant step.  The company signed on as the title sponsor for the LexisNexis IRONMAN® 70.3® Raleigh triathlon. More than a dozen employees from our offices on the NC State Centennial Campus competed in the event – and about 50 more volunteered to work as event staff.  We’ve signed on this year as title sponsor too ... Read More »

Good People, Bad Process:  Building a Legal Operations Team

Good People Bad Process Building a Legal Operations Team

  Several corporate legal studies suggest that even while legal departments are primed to take on more work the growth in workload will encounter significant resource constraints: staffing and budgets are to remain flat. The only reliable way to do more with less is to do things differently.  That’s why D. Casey Flaherty is an advocate for legal operations and ... Read More »

3 Ways the Cloud is Changing eDiscovery

3 Ways the Cloud is Changing eDiscovery

A recent InsideCounsel webinar titled Cloud E-Discovery: Solving the Right Problems with a Modern Approach  raised some though-provoking ideas about the cloud and it’ effect on eDiscovery. The session, which counted a well-balanced panel representing corporate legal operations, legal technologists and cloud vendors, presented both challenges and opportunities for eDiscovery in the cloud. The presentation – which included an interesting ... Read More »