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Law firms juggle digital efficiencies with the human touch.
Summer Jurrells, PHR, SHRM-CP, arrived as Administrator of Husch Blackwell LLP’s Austin, Texas, office in March 2020 — one week before the entire staff was sent home to work remotely in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Successful firms know that moving towards the future often means making an investment in the present. That’s the approach Innovative Computing System says it takes with its law firm clients, helping guide them towards the best technology practices for 21st century firms.
Running your firm more like a business, attracting and retaining top clients and talent and navigating hybrid work environments all require technology adoption. During this week’s Huddle lead by Successful Firm Huddle Coach Christopher Zegers,…
As legal tech continues to rise, how you approach these platforms is more important than ever.
More and more corporate clients are asking law firms to partner with them in using project management tools and other platforms to streamline their work together. For many administrators, this means not only learning how to use these platforms themselves but also coming up with ways to effectively train lawyers and staff on them.
As more clients dictate e-billing processes, legal organizations of all sizes will need to get acquainted with outside counsel guidelines. Pop quiz: Who controls legal billing and case management: the law firm or the client?
While we’ve all been looking forward to 2021 since March, most law firms and corporations are only now in full planning mode — albeit maybe not quite the planning they were expecting.
As we continue to find ourselves working outside of our usual offices, many law firms are finding that they need a digital mailroom, not an ad hoc scan-to-email workaround. That was a mere triage solution at the onset of the COVID-19 crisis. Attorneys and staff working from home require reliable, secure delivery of inbound daily postal and overnight mail arriving at the main office. And they need on-call access to paper records back in the main office file rooms. A productive, secure digital mailroom operation is the most practical solution.
Work-from-home (WFH) is here to stay. COVID-19 accelerated the transition to remote working and has left many firms struggling to manage the ripple effects of cybersecurity and compliance.
As millions of people use Zoom for working and socializing from home, concerns have arisen about best practices for securing video meetings. Hackers and other nefarious actors were quick to adopt “Zoombombing” of meetings, classrooms and worship services, and the platform was forced to release an update to prevent the theft of credentials during meetings.