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Infographic Friday: Challenges of Law Firm Billing

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Invoicing and billing present steep challenges for law firms.  According to a recent law firm billing survey we conducted: 73% of law firms report experiencing past due accounts 58% say they spend too much time on billing Roughly half of small law firms say about 4 in 10 accounts are past due 82% report client financial hardship as the root ... Read More »

Infographic Friday:  File Sharing Information in Law Firms

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Law firms are caught in a bit of a bind when it comes to file sharing.  On one hand clients demand an easy way to collaborate but on the other, the risks can be high. In a post titled, File Sharing by Lawyers Largely Insecure, Survey Suggests, legal luminary Bob Ambrogi wrote If I were to leave a document on ... Read More »

Infographic Friday:  A Dramatic Rise of Mobile in Legal

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The time for mobile is now – according to a new infographic – The State of Mobile Technology in the Legal Industry.  The infographic was created by Bellefield and we first spotted it in industry trade publications such as Legal IT Professionals and Legal IT Insider. It’s a good reason for us to return to an infographic for this week’s Friday ... Read More »

Infographic Friday: When the POTUS was a Lawyer

When the POTUS was a Lawyer

Among the 44 leaders who have served as President of the United States, 26 of them were lawyers. This means 59% of those serving in the top executive spot had law degrees. This according to an infographic we first spotted in a post by A2L Consulting titled: 15 Fascinating Legal and Litigation Infographics. We’re struggling a bit to find a ... Read More »

Infographic Friday: How a Legal Movie Led to an Infographic

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A post-weekend legal water cooler discussion led to an infographic about the best legal movies of all time: “Over the weekend, my colleague David had watched A Few Good Men for the first time,” wrote Adam Banner, an Oklahoma City-based attorney. “David isn’t a criminal defense lawyer, and he mentioned that the film gave him a new outlook on the prosecutorial ... Read More »

Infographic Friday: The Future of Law

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The infographic The Law Office of the Future has been making rounds on the web for several months, but we were reminded of it again when the National Law Review published the infographic this week. Since we took a look at an infographic on the future of technology used in law last week, this seems like a natural progression. In ... Read More »

Infographic Friday: Evolution of Law Office IT

Infographic Friday Evolution of Law Office IT

In 2004, Ron Friedman wrote rather profoundly of the law technology evolution that “legal technology always comes back to documents and how to manage them.”  By that measure, one might argue we can trace the roots of legal technology to the advent of the Gutenberg, or perhaps even further to papyrus.   Today’s featured infographic is now a couple years ... Read More »

6 Business of Law Infographics you Might have Missed

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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 »

Infographic: What Technologies do Lawyers Prefer?

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We first spotted this infographic on Lawyer Tech Review in a post by Geri Dreiling titled: SaaS, Smart Phones & iPads: Lawyers Surveyed by ABA Reveal Tech Preferences.  We’ve “pinned it” to a board on the social network Pinterest dedicated to legal industry infographics. The data is based on the ABA’s 2011 Technology Survey and we thought it made for ... Read More »

Infographic: Law Firms are Warming Up to the Cloud

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Note:  This post was originally published by Loretta Ruppert.  New research indicates that independent attorneys are more likely to adopt cloud technology in 2014.  Nearly 40% of lawyers in small law firms – defined in this study as firms employing between 1-20 attorneys – are already using it and consistently cite mobility and freedom of access as among the benefits. Security ... Read More »