Law Firm Profits

practices areas

8 Legal Practice Areas Growing in 2021 and Beyond

Michael Rynowecer | Demand is broad and deep for outside counsel. Revelations from BTI's 19th Annual Survey of Top Legal Officers.

Michael Rynowecer - January 12, 2021
Legal Fees

Don’t Be Afraid to Raise Your Legal Fees

Roy Ginsburg | This is no time to be shy. Clients are never as price-sensitive as you think.

Roy S. Ginsburg - December 8, 2020
business intelligence

Capitalizing on Your Firm’s Data: 7 Steps to Leveraging Analytics and Increasing Firm Revenues

Amy Adams | Where does your firm stand with its business intelligence and analytics plan? Use these steps to benchmark performance and opportunity for growth.

Amy Adams - December 7, 2020
Five Steps Firms Can Take to Improve Timekeeping and Billing Workflows

5 Steps Firms Can Take to Improve Timekeeping and Billing Workflows

Scott Wallingford has five steps you can use to quickly identify where time and billing workflow problems exist in your firm, and how to fix them.

Scott Wallingford - May 20, 2020
Preparing for the Unknown Disaster Preparedness and Business Continuity Planning for Law Firms

Preparing for the Unknown – Disaster Preparedness and Business Continuity Planning for Law Firms

Product Spotlight | When disaster (or just the unpleasantly surprising) pose a threat to your firm, be ready with a disaster and business continuity plan.

MyCase - April 3, 2020

Underbilling? Not Recording Time? There’s No Excuse!

Here’s Roy Ginsburg's pushback on the common excuses lawyers use to justify the insidious habit of underbilling.

Roy S. Ginsburg - March 17, 2020
Top 12 Law Practice Tips of 2019

Top 12 Law Practice and Productivity Tips of 2019

Which topics captured readers' attention in 2019? To kick off the new year, a look back at the most popular practice tips.

Joan Feldman - January 2, 2020
How to Delegate Efficiently and Effectively

How to Delegate Efficiently and Effectively

Product Spotlight | Lawyers have a love-hate relationship with delegation. On one hand, we generally find ourselves to be capable, smart and effective. On the other hand, we lack competence in various methods of accomplishing the tasks required.

MyCase - October 16, 2019
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Law Firm Accounting: What’s in Your Law Firm’s Profit & Loss Statement?

Most small and solo law firms are working with financial statements that don’t give them the information they need to make informed business decisions. Here's a sample P&L for a law firm that looks like what I typically see.

Annette Fadness - October 10, 2019
Break up Bottlenecks Workflow

Break Up Bottlenecks Between Your Firm’s Front and Back Office

Law firm workflow is easily stymied by breakdowns in processes and communications. The first step to solving bottlenecks is to identify the problems.

Kevin Harris - July 22, 2019
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