Productivity | 2 MIN
When lawyers think about improving productivity in their practice, they often target a discrete item or two. For example, if billables are not up to par, a supervising lawyer may focus on increasing the efficiency of legal staff or track the time billed by associates. If a firm’s financial records and trust accounts never seem to line up, the managing partner may hire a new legal accountant or spend time reviewing the records herself.
Productivity | 4 MIN
Lawyers often face common problems in running their legal practice, from managing endless email correspondence to failing to submit accurate trust.