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Top 10 #BusinessofLaw Posts you Might have Missed in April

Business of Law

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 »

6 Business of Law Infographics you Might have Missed

business of law infographics

Infographics are an increasingly popular way to visualize data within the legal industry.  Infographics are particularly useful for quickly understanding what data means by using visual references, such as space, size and sequence. For those so inclined, we’ve curated a couple dozen infographics related to the legal industry on a Pinterest board titled Law Infographics. While the Pinterest board rounds ... 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 »