Is your firm losing good prospects because your staff lacks the ability to consistently qualify callers – and turn them into clients?
Is your firm facing the never-ending challenge of a backlog of aging accounts receivable? Can that backlog be reduced and managed to prevent this problem from continuously recurring? The answer is yes.
The cloud makes storing files, communicating promptly with clients, and working on the go much easier – but is your clients’ information really safe when synced across mobile devices, emailed back and forth, and stored online?
Management consultant Jake Krocheski provides seven tips for managing your law firm’s accounts receivable through decisive action.
A combined practice management and legal-specific accounting system is a game changer for law office profitability, regulatory compliance, and peace-of-mind.
Sometimes the best lessons for practicing law are learned in the trenches, in the court room, and unfortunately on your balance sheet. Here are five key tips to help master the art of getting paid.
Solutions to the top five billing challenges faced by modern family law practices.
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By Lee Rosen: Although developing an employee manual is more complicated than it once was, it is no less essential. Employee manuals are the glue that holds law firms together.