Law Practice Management


Are you really reaching your customer?

Consumer Targeting: Knowing Your Ideal Client Can Elevate Your Practice

By | Jun.26.17 | No Comments

On Sept. 1, 1994, a man named Marc Duke started The Original Pet Drink Co. in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. His vision? Provide flavored bottled water for pets, free of the chemicals found in tap water …Continue reading »


LawPay Product Spotlight

Ensure Steady Cash Flow with LawPay’s Scheduled Payments Feature

By | Jun.22.17 | No Comments

Lawyers spend far too much of their valuable time chasing after unpaid invoices instead of working billable hours. Being able to schedule payments in advance provides both you and your clients with unmatched convenience, and …Continue reading »


Communicating With Clients

Ways to Spruce Up Your Client Intake Process

By | Jun.21.17 | 1 Comment

Law firms are busy places, and sometimes the smaller operations are even more chaotic than their large firm counterparts. It’s important to keep that behind the scenes, though. Your clients should see only a well-oiled machine …Continue reading »


Thomson Reuters Product Spotlight

Tips for a Busy Lawyer to Streamline Matter Management

By | Jun.15.17 | No Comments

If you took time to pause and write down the activities that take up most of your time during the day what would be at the top of your list? Here are some possibilities: Client communication Searching for …Continue reading »


Bonus Download

Fat Stacks: How Much Does It Cost to Start a Law Firm?

By | Jun.14.17 | No Comments

Do you have $500? Good. You’re the proud owner of a new law firm! (Seriously, congratulations.) Thanks mostly to the spate of technology advances made possible by cloud services, it is cheaper to practice law than ever …Continue reading »


The Friday Five

Five Questions for Enterprising Lawyers

By | Jun.02.17 | No Comments

Recently Attorney at Work caught up with three innovative lawyers — all speakers at this spring’s Lawyernomics conference, hosted by Avvo — for their thoughts on what it means to run a law practice like a business, …Continue reading »


Getting a Grip, Part 1

Loss of Control: Lawyers’ Greatest Fear

By | May.29.17 | 2 Comments

When lawyers are surveyed about what keeps them awake at night, their top issue is almost always a feeling that their offices or cases are out of control. It’s not just a fear. In my …Continue reading »


Data Myths

How Lawyers Can Use Client Data to Grow Their Practices

By | May.16.17 | 1 Comment

Lawyers hate math. At least most do. It’s why they became lawyers. Which means working with data isn’t appealing to most lawyers, either. But law practices are businesses, and these days, successful businesses leverage data …Continue reading »


LawConnect Product Spotlight

Transforming Client Communication: LawConnect

By | May.09.17 | No Comments

Share client documents safely and securely on-the-go. Over the past 15 years, email has become ubiquitous and has dramatically changed communication. A hand-scripted letter placed in an envelope is an outdated form of business communication. The …Continue reading »


On Balance

Attorney Discipline Matters: A Fool for a Client?

By | May.08.17 | No Comments

We’ve all heard the adage that a lawyer who represents himself has a fool for a client. When it comes to attorney discipline matters, there are certainly times when this is true. However, there are …Continue reading »