We all know the cliches and the tropes: Lawyers are terrible business people, lawyers went to law school to avoid math, law firms aren’t businesses, etc . . . . Many of these statements are true in some pretty fundamental ways.
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On Monday August 23rd Gravity Legal will give a presentation on subscription legal services as a part of their broader half-day program: “Making your Legal Practice More Efficient in 2021: Outsourcing, legal subscriptions, modern project management, and the Agile…
This is a guest post by law firm financial expert Brandy Derrick of Legal Ease Bookkeeping.
Every career has its own set of lingo, special terms, and years of learning to master. Attorneys work very hard to become…
Although electronic payments are not relevant for every ﬁrm, most law ﬁrms do at least a portion of their business by issuing ongoing invoices. For these firms, the data is clear: Electronic payments matter.
Here’s our nearly 20 page white paper on law firms shifting processing credit card processing fees to clients.