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3 Key Challenges Facing Law Firms in 2018

Academy award winning actor and producer, Sean Connery once said "There's always a new challenge to keep you motivated." This year, much like last year and the year before and every year since the beginning of the practice of law, law firms will encounter many challenges. The always-anticipated ILTA Technology Survey is out and it
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Does Your Firm Have to Change?

While law firms face nearly-constant pressure to adapt to the legal industry’s new realities, it’s ironic that this state of affairs has not sent firms into a frenzy of change and disruption. In fact, the pace of change has been slower than would be expected considering the multiple forces in play.

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Can You Be a Change Agent at Your Firm?

Most lawyers, and the firms who employ them, tend to be resistant to change. By nature and training, lawyers think logically. Therefore, any attempt to alter the status quo at a firm is likely to be met with skepticism and challenging questions.

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Is There a Place in Legal for Social Media?

Few would argue that social media is rapidly changing every aspect of our daily lives. Mobile technology has transformed the way we communicate, work, and ultimately make new connections. For most law firms, however, this transformation to an online-centered world pushes up against the tried-and-true methods of word-of-mouth referrals, client meetings, and paper-based practices. I

For Firms Across the Globe, Being Nimble is Key

For law firms trying to cope with the rapidly changing legal landscape, prescriptions from the experts seem to focus on one primary goal: be more “nimble”. From my perspective, a firm will be nimble if they have a mobile workforce and a deep understanding of pricing and profitability. The firm can therefore change as the

Does it Matter if Law Firm Associates are Happy?

As CEO of Aderant I regularly visit with our clients. My impression over the years is that practicing law is a very tough business.  Young associates are expected to hit the ground running, partners are expected to bring in clients and everyone is expected to bill.  While mentor relationships often do exist between the partners