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Companies in every industry love saying that their employees are their most important asset. This claim is even more popular in a service-based business like a law firm. While law firms traditionally seem to value profits and prestige over their employees, this no longer cuts it in a world in which more and more lawyers crave greater work-life balance. Agile practice management for law can help your firm offer its employees what they’re looking for.
Lawyers and change don’t always mix. A profession that relies on labor-intensive, by-the-book work often isn’t the quickest to embrace new solutions to age-old problems. Like it or not, the practice of law is changing – shifting to a technology-centric, interdisciplinary field. Mark A. Cohen, CEO of Legal Mosaic, sums this up well. “Lawyers are not driving the change—consumers, entrepreneurs, technologists, and other professionals are,” Cohen wrote in Forbes. “An insular industry rooted in precedent
Matter365 updates continue to provide a full-featured practice management platform on Office365 Boston, MA- Matter365, the first legal practice management solution that is fully integrated with Microsoft 365, today announced continued updates to its platform for law firms. Built on top of Microsoft’s Office365 platform, Matter365 provides a fully integrated solution that meets law firm needs, from time tracking to invoicing to project management. Unlike other standalone solutions, Matter365 works directly on top of the
Microsoft 365 is the gold standard for modern law firms. Sure, maybe we’re biased, but there’s a good reason we’ve gone all in on building a solution entirely on top of Microsoft. Think of the first thing you do when you open your laptop or work phone in the morning; more likely than not, it involves clicking on the light blue “O” on your toolbar and opening up your email in Outlook. Most legal professionals
One of the biggest differences between highly profitable firms and ones that just break-even is a commitment to consistency in tracking time. Thorough time tracking for lawyers can help firms identify and solve inefficiencies.
Software is supposed to make life easier. It helps us organize, automate and streamline processes that can be arduous and time-consuming. Sometimes, though, the very tools that are meant to relieve stress can actually be a source of frustration and confusion. Legal practice management software is designed to make all of the complexities of non-billable work just a little bit easier. Sometimes, though, the true purpose of this software gets lost in the shuffle. As