Law firm management blogs

Blawgs regarding law firm management, published by experts in managing law firms, helping lawyers to develop and generate new business to build profitable law firms.

10 Ways Social Media Has Changed How Lawyers Operate 

by YouBlawg September 8, 2017 Law firm marketing

Contribution from an author in the legal sector explaining 10 of the ways social media has changed how lawyers operate:- Chances are, you are among one of the 1.23 billion monthly active users on Facebook… Or, if not, you might be a user of various other social media sites such as Twitter, Instagram, or even […]

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The Link App – a communication tool for modern lawyers

by Lauren Riley October 20, 2015 Law firm management

As a lawyer you want to work to the best of your abilities for your clients and to achieve the best outcome on their matters. I know this because I am a lawyer too. This requires a lot of working hours and concentration. Part of that is to keep your clients up to date about […]

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Is too much cash locked up in the WIP in your business ?

by ihunnings July 10, 2014 Law firm management

Is too much cash locked up in the WIP in your business ? OK, so you’re running a business. There are so many things to focus on : marketing, sales, making the product or service, getting in your resources to make/deliver it, billing, for some service firms such as lawyers and accountants building up the […]

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Why Your Law Firm Needs to Jump on the Infographics Bandwagon

by Byfield Consultancy May 26, 2014 Law firm marketing

Unless you’ve been hiding under a rock for the last 18 months, the chances are you’ll already know that infographics are big news in the world of content marketing. And if you don’t then come out from that rock at once and smell the roses. [source] An infographic is a concise way to display information, […]

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Printing costs 3–6 % of average law firm revenue. How to reduce without capital outlay…

by Alex Hutchinson April 9, 2014 Law firm management

Printing costs are 3–6 % of the average law firm/professional services organisation’s revenue (source: Gartner). Alex Hutchinson of UK-wide legal supplier Efficient Law Firm explains that this significant spend should be targeted, understood, and optimised by any legal practice aiming to improve profitability, particularly where law firms are still having to cut out any unnecessary extra […]

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Should Law Firms change to a New Fully Managed Print Service?

by Alex Hutchinson March 25, 2014 Business

A large % of the Law Firms we work with are called, on a daily basis, by salespeople trying to tell them why they should change their Printers to a New Fully Managed Print Service (whether they take the call or not is a different matter but they receive the calls non the less!) “We […]

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Tips on how managed print services can reduce your law firm’s overheads

by Alex Hutchinson February 10, 2014 Blawg

There are massive opportunities to reduce your law firm’s spend on A4 Desktop Printing using Managed Print Services. The real bonus is you can realise these “bottom line” savings immediately with NO CAPITAL OUTLAY! – All you have to do is find the right supplier / partner to review this area with… and make it […]

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The benefits of investing in IT help desk services for law firms

by PaulReflect January 2, 2014 Law firm management

With vast changes to Legal Aid in the past year, it’s no exaggeration to state that many law firms are suffering financially. As such, it’s money saving rather than money spending that the majority of Senior Partners are concerned with. Therefore, when it comes to making any investment, such as one into a specially designed […]

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The benefits of using legal case management software

by PaulReflect December 29, 2013 Law firm management

Within the last twenty five years, information technology has become a part of almost every office and building, and it’s difficult to consider that any business could do without the many contributions that information technology can make to their profitability and productivity. However, as technology changes, as do the needs of an individual business, and […]

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Personal Injury Law Firms Urged to ‘Adapt or Die’

by Matthew Waterfield December 5, 2013 Accident Claims

Several recent news stories indicate that personal injury law firms are not adapting quick enough to the need for new forms of marketing to replace sources of cases lost due to the referral fee ban of April 2013, despite the fact that they have money to invest. These firms could be placing themselves at risk […]

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