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Legal Industry Evolution: Back To Business

Legal Industry Evolution Back-To-Business

Note: This post was originally published on Law360; follow author Mike Lipps on Twitter:  @LexisMike It’s common to believe that resources are needed to nurture creative thinking to develop new opportunities. It’s the opposite that’s true, however counterintuitive: the limitation of resources spawns creative thinking and uncovers opportunities. There’s another dynamic that inspires creative thinking. It is when it is ... Read More »

Top 10 #BusinessofLaw Posts you Might have Missed in June

Top 10 Business of Law Posts you Might have Missed in June

If there’s a lesson to be learned for legal bloggers from this month’s analysis, it would be this:  While we think of a blog as an external communications tool, it has implicit internal communications value as well. While we keep most posts focused on the legal community,we occasionally share what we’re doing in our own local community.  Case in point:  ... Read More »

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 »

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 »

Top 10 #BusinessofLaw Posts you Might have Missed in April

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This blog is just about four months old, but we’ve been pleasantly surprised with the traction it’s gaining.  Just yesterday we published our first guest post, from Larry Bodine, and given the context here, it’s fitting his post was about corporate journalism. In April we published about 20 posts and from the top 10 list below, it’s easy to see ... Read More »

Six Business Metrics Every Law Firm Should Measure

Six Metric Every Law Firm Should Measure

One of the most ethical things we can do is to run a law firm like a business and be good stewards of our finances the budget of our clients said Christopher T. Anderson in a webinar titled Moneyball for Lawyers. The webinar dovetails on the popular 2011 movie by the same title, which is built on the premise that ... Read More »

The Five Highest-Value Tasks for Law Firm Owners

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Lawyers are busy.  But if you’re a law firm owner, you’re even busier. Sure, you have client calls, meetings, depositions, courtroom appearances, and other tasks. But you also have other things to worry about: rent, insurance, payroll for your staff, invoicing, billing, collections, and seemingly countless other tasks that can make working smart vs. working hard feel like a losing battle. ... Read More »