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Technology reshaping traditional law firms
Technology reshaping traditional law firms

 Karin Derkley 12 Feb 2019

Legal technology is upending the traditional pyramid model of law firms where a large cohort of junior lawyers supported senior associates and partners, a session on the impact of technology on the law at the LIV’s Conference of Council heard last week...

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Client management data essential
Client management data essential

 Chris Povey 01 Feb 2019

Social justice organisations need the right tools to capture impact...

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Plan for the unexpected
Plan for the unexpected

 Fiona McLeay 01 Feb 2019

A new Legal Services Board policy will encourage sole practitioners and sole directors to prepare for what happens to their practice if they are unable to continue...

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New (year) law: adapting to disruption
New (year) law: adapting to disruption

 Karin Derkley 03 Dec 2018

Law firms are facing challenges and opportunities as we go into a new year...

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High stress low productivity
High stress low productivity

 Karin Derkley 03 Dec 2018

Evidence is mounting that a workplace culture of long hours and relentless demands is undermining productivity and even the mental health of legal practitioners...

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A good precedent
A good precedent

 Legal Practitioners’ Liability Committee 03 Dec 2018

Using precedent documents effectively is essential risk management...

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How to build  your client base
How to build your client base

 John Castello 03 Dec 2018

You need to invest time in networking and building relationships...

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Lawyers need better business skills: roundtable
Lawyers need better business skills: roundtable

 Karin Derkley 13 Nov 2018

Managers and leaders in the legal profession are poorly equipped to respond to the commercial and technological challenges being forced on the industry...

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Innovation over iteration
Innovation over iteration

 Mira Stammers 01 Oct 2018

To succeed in a competitive and dynamic profession, a transformative approach is often more successful than an iterative one. This requires a more comprehensive and considered review of the traditional legal business model...

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What can go wrong?
What can go wrong?

 Legal Practitioners’ Liability Committee 01 Oct 2018

Every firm needs to develop risk management strategies...

 

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Opportunity or wasted capital?
Opportunity or wasted capital?

 Mira Stammers 03 Sep 2018

Artificial intelligence can create opportunities, however, introducing it into your firm requires deep consideration of the impact it may have on your business model...

 

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Embracing a new PMS
Embracing a new PMS

 Peter Moran 03 Sep 2018

Users of your new practice management system will need to come to grips with the new skills and mindset required. Here are a few tips for a smooth transition...

 

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Getting inside the client’s head
Getting inside the client’s head

 Judith Bennett 02 Jul 2018

Successful marketing aligns with clients’ needs and wants. However, many law firms tend to rely on traditional methods and assumptions that are no longer working well...

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How to get exclusive support for your practice
How to get exclusive support for your practice

 LIV 07 Jun 2018

Lawyers strive to continuously succeed, take on new challenges and improve their practice every day. However, the amount of knowledge and...

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Take a step back
Take a step back

 Legal Practitioners' Liability Committee 01 Jun 2018

Seeing the big picture is essential for good matter management. Experienced busy practitioners practising in their area of expertise are still at risk of claims...

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