Automating Legal Workflow

How to Take the Work Out of Your Workflow

By | Oct.25.16 | No Comments

A recent study by Clio found that, on average, a mere quarter of an attorney’s working hours are spent on billable tasks — and the percentage is even lower for solo practitioners. Technology can address this …Continue reading »

The Friday Futures Five

Overheard at the 2016 Futures Conference

By | Sep.30.16 | No Comments

At the Futures Conference, there are always so many interesting new ideas pinging around it is impossible to catch them all. So this year, we enlisted a few people to help us keep track. Today we …Continue reading »

Futures Week

Will Alternative Business Structures Fly?

By | Sep.27.16 | No Comments

As always, the College of Law Practice Management’s Futures Conference featured wonderful speakers — and the theme this year, “What will Law Look Like in 2026?,” brought out some provocative proposals. Today, Reid Trautz runs …Continue reading »


What Will Law Look Like in 2026?

By | Sep.25.16 | No Comments

The 2016 Futures Conference featured a crowd of wonderful speakers with provocative ideas. The theme of the College of Law Practice Management’s 2016 program, “What will Law Look Like in 2026,” brought out some deeply interesting ideas. …Continue reading »


Kimberley Chongyon Motley, Enterprising Lawyer

By | Sep.19.16 | No Comments

What is an “enterprising lawyer”? Actually, they are easy to spot. Look for the more engaged and happy lawyers in the crowd — deeply invested in the power of the unique work they do. You probably …Continue reading »

Future of the Business of Law

The Law Firm Innovators Who Win the Game

By | Aug.30.16 | No Comments

Last week, the winners were revealed! The College of Law Practice Management’s 2016 InnovAction Awards will be presented to Ogletree, Deakins, Nash, Smoak & Stewart, P.C. and Norton Rose Fulbright LLP on Sept. 16 during the college’s annual …Continue reading »

Friday 5+ Tech Tips

Tech Tips: Small, Powerful Ways to Use Your Data

By | Aug.26.16 | No Comments

Everybody seems to be talking about “big data” and data analytics. But what does it mean to a small law firm or solo practitioner? Or, more specifically, what can you do now to start gathering and …Continue reading »

The Friday Five

Face to Face at 2016’s Big Fall Conferences

By | Aug.12.16 | No Comments

In just a couple of weeks, the adrenalin kick is going to hit you. It never fails: Fall’s arrival means it’s time to get learning. Sure, you could try your hand at letterpress, or craft …Continue reading »

Legal Business Trends

Bob Denney’s What’s Hot and What’s Not: Midyear 2016

By | Jun.13.16 | No Comments

Each year, Bob Denney’s big fourth quarter report on What’s Hot and What’s Not in the Legal Profession keeps us on top of the most important business trends. But there’s no need to wait for year’s end to feel …Continue reading »

Spotlight Q&A

Shape the Law: Why an ‘Unconference’?

By | Apr.15.16 | No Comments

The inaugural Shape the Law Unconference will take place April 29, 2016, in San Francisco, focused on “Wellness, Wealth and Wisdom.” Attorney at Work is proud to support the new event as a media sponsor. …Continue reading »