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Should You Upgrade your Law Firm Practice Software?

Should You Upgrade your Law Firm Practice Software-web

Note:  The following is a guest post by Steven Best of Affinity Consulting. Here it comes again.  Your software vendor is releasing a new software update.  Should you upgrade?  How many times are we supposed to put up with this? As annoying as you may find it, and as irked as you may be at the price of the upgrade, ... Read More »

A Wall Once Filled with Legal Periodicals

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Does the legal profession have anything in common with the medical profession? More than you might think, according to Robert T. Farrell, an attorney who owns his own general practice law firm in upstate New York. Mr. Farrell, who earlier in his career, worked as an emergency services paramedic, says access to vital information and data is important for first ... Read More »

An Accountant that uses Law Firm Management Software

Meet an Accountant that uses Law Firm Practice Management Software

Why would a tax accountant use legal practice management software to manage his firm? It’s a question we posed to Lynn Jones of Summit Financial Services, LLC who’s been using the LexisNexis® Time Matters® all-in-one-practice management solution to manage his accounting firm for the better part of the decade. While some may be scratching heads wondering why an accountant would ... Read More »

August Webinar Recess; 9 LexisNexis Software Webinars

August Webinar Recess 9 LexisNexis Software Webinars

The LexisNexis software division is hosting a plethora of webinars this month on topics ranging from law firm practice management and our financial and billing software, to a breakdown of our latest Enterprise Legal Management Trends report. Some of these webinars are designed for existing customers – and it’s a great way to get some free training – and some ... Read More »

4 Ways Tech is Changing Small Law

4 Ways Tech is Changing Small Law

For a time, “full-service” was a key point of differentiation for law firms.  That may not be true any longer, according to Luke Closson, the managing partner at the law firm of Closson, Bass & Tomberlin. The law firm is based in Valdosta, Georgia, about 200 miles south of Atlanta and near the border with Florida.  A LexisNexis Time Matters ... Read More »

A Tech Tale of Two Law Firms

A Tech Tale of Two Law Firms

Some attorneys have more than one story – before technology and after. Lynn M. Myrick previously worked in a six-attorney law firm that Geoffrey Moore might be described as a laggard. Client notes were kept in folders and filing cabinets.  Time was entered on printed time sheets. In order to find information the firm’s staff need to sift through each ... Read More »

LexisNexis Business of Law Events and Webinars this Week

LexisNexis Business of Law Events and Webinars this Week

We’ve got a packed week full of events including a series of webinars and a customer conference.  Most of these events are intended for existing customers: Law firm CRM. A glimpse of what to expect in the roadmap for our CRM product. Practice management.  Free tips for our law firm practice management tools. Live blogging and tweeting.  We’ll be live ... Read More »

Product Notes: Time Matters 13.1 Available for Download

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We rolled out the 13th version of LexisNexis Time Matters practice management software last October.  The central feature is a secure Client Portal based on technology by WatchDox, which is also used in the LexisNexis Firm Manager cloud based law firm practice management software. To date, customer feedback has been pretty positive – readers of TechnoLawyer for example – voted ... Read More »

Legal Tech Briefs: Virtues of Virtual Law with Stacey L. Romberg

Legal Tech Briefs Virtual Law Office

After a decade in the industry, including a stint writing legislation for the U.S. Senate, Stacey L. Romberg made the leap – she hung out a shingle and opened her own law firm.  By measure of her legal services – a split between business law and estate planning & probate – it might be easy to miss one important distinction ... Read More »