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Moneyball For Remote Hiring: Identifying Key Personality Traits That Predict Success For Remote Attorneys

Written By: Eric Fox, Director of People Analytics, Hire an Esquire Before Cambridge Analytica and a Facebook data breach made personality profiling front page news— “moneyball” for Major League Baseball (MLB) and the National Football League (NFL) was proving the effectiveness and accuracy of industrial psychology-based personality testing. Both MLB and the NFL famously and…

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How To Be a Successful Jack-Of-All-Trades

Author: Thomson Reuters “Clients expect 100% perfection from their lawyers and expect everything to be done yesterday.”1 With the complexity of today’s legal needs, today’s small law firm attorney needs to be a jack-of-all-trades. With constant access to ever-evolving technology, expectations to deliver fast and accurately are at an all-time high. While all firms navigate…

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Free Webinar: Designing The Minimalist Law Firm

Carolyn Elefant, solo practitioner and founder of MyShingle.com, will lead a discussion with Joshua Lenon, Lawyer in Residence at Clio, and Daniel Gershburg, owner of Gershburg Law, on what lawyers need when starting a law firm. Topics will include: Startup costs; Real property alternatives for workspaces; Marketing for no money; Tech tools; and Examples of…

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Improve Energy, Increase Productivity with 5 Easy Feng Shui Tips

To increase the positive energy in your office space, and be more productive as a result, consider taking advantage of feng shui. This is the ancient art of aligning our external world to support our internal journey, explains Lorrie Webb Grillo, certified feng shui practitioner and owner of Thriving Spaces Feng Shui. “Feng shui operates…

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7 Ways Practice Management will Help You Get a Head Start in 2018

When you’re able to accomplish more in less time, everyone wins. Your clients will get more for each billable hour they invest in you, and you’ll make more money. A lot more. Consider this: If a lawyer, who charges $365 an hour (the median rate for a consumer law attorney[1]), bills one extra hour per…

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Is it Time to Move Your Firm to the Cloud? Ask Yourself 3 Questions

To thrive in today’s legal marketplace, it’s survival of the fittest. Potential clients have more options than ever to satisfy their legal needs, whether through a lawyer or a DIY legal service. The smartest small law firms are adapting by taking advantage of the latest technology that helps them serve their clients better and faster.…

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Running Your Small Law Firm to look like a Large Law Firm

Author: Thomson Reuters Let’s face it, as a solo or small law firm you’re pulled in multiple directions. Not only do you practice law, but you also need to run AND grow a small business. It’s a natural response to feel overwhelmed when you’re trying to manage multiple processes. Unfortunately, what typically happens is that…

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Believe It or Not, You Probably Already Work in the Cloud – Now What?

Author: Thomson Reuters Only 52% of the respondents to the 2017 ABA Legal Technology Survey said they use cloud computing. However, lawyers are typically working in the cloud more than they realize.  Many of the tools attorneys use all day every day including Westlaw, LinkedIn, Facebook, Evernote, and QuickBooks Online are all cloud-based solutions. Why…

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How Do Clients Find Their Lawyers?

There are many ways a potential client may find you, but which channels should your law firm be focusing its marketing strategy on?