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Sage Small Law Firm Accounting Advice from an Expert

Sage Law Firm Accounting Advice from an Expert-head

In an effort to save some money, a well-intended small law attorney had been managing his own books.  Now the auditing committee from the state bar association was taking a look – and couldn’t make sense of the data. Given her expertise with accounting software, and a history of teaching accounting at the university level, the auditing committee called Gale ... Read More »

Trust Accounting:  No Margin for Error

Trust Accounting No Margin for Error

“You don’t want to fool with trust accounts,” says Attorney Joseph Fuller, founder of the Alabama-based law firm, Fuller Hampton, LLC.  One small mistake on a client’s trust account, he cautions, can carry serious consequences for both, attorney and client.  In spite of this, according to an ABA article, authored by Sheila M. Blackford, practice management advisor for the Oregon ... 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 »