Marketing Strategies for Law Firms for 2021

This post was written in partnership with FocusWorks Marketing. As we head into 2021 still mostly working from home, your firm’s marketing choices are poised to do some heavy lifting. With limited social contact, many people are making decisions about which services to hire based on what they find and see on the Internet. Marketing strategies in 2021 may matter … Read More

Breaking Bad Habits in 2021

It may simply be a trick of perception, but there’s an undeniable energy to the start of a new year – especially this one – that lends momentum to making positive changes in our habits. And for a law firm beginning a new fiscal year, what better time than now to follow through with the improvements you’ve been meaning to … Read More

Make 2021 Your Firm’s Most Productive Year Yet

Some people love New Year’s resolutions. Others can’t stand them.  Regardless of where you fall on making plans for better habits in your personal life this January, now is a great time to make plans for better habits in your law firm. And not only in the sense that a new year equals a fresh start.  You’ve just wrapped up … Read More

7 New Year’s Resolutions for Every Law Practice in 2021

The start of the new year gives us all – including lawyers – the morale boost to reset old habits. If you’ve been thinking of making a change or want 2021 to be your best year yet, there’s a clear path to making it happen.  Follow these seven resolutions to nix the time-wasting practices you’ve been meaning to change and … Read More

Top 10 Takeaways for Law Firms in 2020

As we move into the new year, it’s time to reflect, analyze, and make changes to better prepare ourselves for what’s ahead. Twenty-twenty may have marked a new reality, but some of the shifts it’s brought are here to stay.  Last spring, many law firms faced challenges in transitioning to fully remote work and remaining productive – and businesses in … Read More

Gearing Up for 2021: What to Expect in the New Normal

Twenty-twenty caught everyone by surprise, drastically upending routines and expectations. While there are things we can’t wait to return to – travel, concerts, in-person networking events – some of the changes are here to stay. We’re moving into 2021 still in pandemic mode, but even after social distancing is no longer required, certain components of law firm operations seem unlikely … Read More

How Tech Helped Law Firms Adapt to 2020

The year’s end gives a natural opportunity to reflect on the last twelve months – for lessons learned and for what can be applied to the year ahead. One reverberation from 2020 that has been felt by businesses – law firms – throughout the world is what a difference good technology can make. As we count down to 2021, we … Read More

Keeping Connected During Remote Work

Working from home has many benefits – comfy clothes, flexibility, less time lost to commuting, and can we say “sweatpants” again? But it also comes with drawbacks, including a loss of connection, which can be tough for law firms. There are so many small interactions that happen when you’re in the same room as other people, and they’re crucial to … Read More

How to Avoid Three Critical Mistakes When Migrating to New Software

You want your firm to be mobile, modern, and free of IT worries – so you’re thinking of switching to up your software. But before you commit, do your homework. Take a moment to learn about your options and consider the needs that will drive your choice. Today’s software, and practice management tools in particular, give law firms the technology … Read More

How to Intentionally Create Law Firm Culture

Non-profits have mission statements. Businesses have core values, and universities have academic visions. Institutions everywhere make choices about the culture they want to nurture. Your firm shouldn’t be any different. The sense of identity created by intentional culture can provide guidance and purpose. This holds true for you too, solos. Culture helps team members better understand how to work together. … Read More