3 Ways to Win Over a Judge Before Showing up in the Court
Author: Thomson Reuters Long before entering a courtroom, you can improve your chances of winning by positively predisposing a judge to you and your case.
200 Hours a Year Separate the Best Firms from the Rest – AI Can Bridge the Gap Fast
Author: Thomson Reuters What separates very successful from unsuccessful law firms is merely 200 hours per year. Consider the findings of the Thomson Reuters State
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
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
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
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
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
How to Overcome the Common Challenges of Running a Solo Practice
Author: Thomson Reuters Let’s look at the list: Of course, there’s your daily caseload. Those clients have to be properly cared for. But then there’s the