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Summer School: 5 LexisNexis Software Webinars this Week

Summer School-4 LexisNexis Business of Law Product Webinars this Week

Webinars are a great way for existing customers to get more out of the LexisNexis® software products.  This week we’ve got four such free webinars planned across practice management, billing and CRM applications. The four webinars being offered include: 1. 10 Tips and Tricks to Deliver Effective CRM Training Who:  LexisNexis InterAction® customers. What:  Sr. Trainer Margaret Hepburn will walk ... Read More »

YouTube Friday:  Imagining the Future of Law

YouTube Friday Imagining the Future of Law

The legal community and the medical community have a lot in common, it seems: Both manage cases Both face pricing pressures Both face compliance concerns Confidentiality is paramount Technology promises the potential to redesign the business and rethink the practice in both professions. Yet instead of reimagining – as the rather stirring video embedded nearby suggests, what if we just…imagine? ... Read More »

The 4 Strategic Options in Software for Law Firm Accounting

The 4 Strategic Options in Software for Law Firm Accounting

For new law firms, processes, procedures and infrastructure are important decisions.   These are important for future plans – choosing systems that can support a firm as it grows. Accounting systems are a good example, because a law firm that outgrows it existing accounting tool will force a change precisely during a growth spurt.  In the worst cases, making a dramatic ... Read More »

Compliance: No Mystery on the Corporate Counsel Agenda

a review of current corporate legal department surveys one distinct pattern emerges: compliance is keeping corporate lawyers awake at night.

Depending on who is answering the question, estimates for the legal market in the U.S. alone range from $100 billion to $300 billion. Needless to say, it’s a wide gap and as it tends to be with studies, the results usually center on the parameters: what’s included versus what is excluded. What the industry might be able to agree on ... Read More »

Lies and Truths: 8 Tips for Law Firm Marketing Online

8 Tips for Law Firm Marketing Online

Don’t believe everything you read on the internet – especially when it comes to law firms and online marketing. So said a panel of experts last week in a provocatively titled panel called “The Outright Lies and Absolute Truths of Relationship Marketing on the Web.”  The panel presented their ideas during the 4th Annual Mass LOMAP Super Marketing Conferenceand the ... Read More »

Top 10 #BusinessofLaw Posts you Might have Missed in May

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Pricing, analysis and generally, big ideas, topped the most read posts on the Business of Law Blog this month. We greatly appreciate our readers and contributors and their influence in shaping and sharing the conversation on this blog. Here are the most read blog posts for May 2104: Porter’s Five Forces for the Legal Industry 9 Takeaways from the Altman ... Read More »

SlideShare Friday:  IT Best Practices for Small Law

IT Best Practices for Small Law

Technology was the top tactic for improving efficiency in the 2014 Law Firms in Transition flash survey by Altman Weil.  Sixty-percent of law firms reported using technology – to improve efficiencies and reduce costs. While that particular study is aimed a large law firms, there’s little doubt small law has much to gain from technology as well. For many small ... Read More »

Embrace Your Law Firm Clients: 3 Ways to Make More Rain

Embrace Your Law Firm Clients 3 Ways to Make More Rain

Altman Weil’s recent 2014 Law Firms in Transition survey reminds us that many firms see the pace of change accelerating with clients as the catalyst. 34% of law firm leaders identified corporate law departments as the force most likely to lead change; 32% chose technology innovation; and, 15% selected non-law-firm providers of legal services. Only 10% of respondents believe that ... Read More »

The Droid Lawyer on Law Firms and Technology Leverage

The Droid Lawyer on Technology Leverage

Lawyers can’t just get by with a basic understanding of technology, says Jeffrey Taylor, an attorney in Oklahoma who has been managing a small law practice for about six years. Full-time Mr. Taylor runs Absolute Legal Services, LLC and part-time he pens a law blog called The Droid Lawyer, which is a fantastic resource for lawyers interested in tapping the ... Read More »

10 Telling Images from the LexisNexis Ironman Raleigh 70.3

LexisNexis Ironman Raleigh

Sixteen.  Including a three-person relay team, that’s the number of LexisNexis employees that competed in the LexisNexis Ironman Raleigh 70.3 race this past Sunday.  Thirteen went the entire 70+ miles on their own and crossed the finish line. Downtown Raleigh ran red with the LexisNexis colors as more than 50 volunteers, dressed up in t-shirts with the design you see above, ... Read More »