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Attorney services for getting protection in life

Legal problems might lead to mental tension and it is really a difficult one to resolve them immediately. An attorney helps to represent civil, criminal, family and other cases in the courtrooms to protect life from potential threats. 237 more words


10 practice management challenges for mid-size law firms

On those rare occasions when I am not optimistic about the prospects of mid-size law firms, I am very pessimistic. Oh yes, mid-size firms are the best setting for practicing law. 977 more words

Clients Taking Legal Business Elsewhere

After reviewing the “2015 Law Firms in Transition” survey by Altman Weil this weekend, I decided to post some thoughts about what the results mean for lawyers in private practice because the revelations are really surprising. 554 more words

Law Firms

Getting Real about Law Firm Dark Data

Getting Real About Dark Data at Law Firms

A principle of information governance is that organizations must know what information they have, what the content of that information is, and whether it is properly accessed, stored, secured and destroyed when appropriate. 195 more words

Information Governance

Turn Legal Client “Needs Improvement” Grades into A’s with Information Governance

Organizing Information Governance in Law Firms

Corporate clients have essentially two major “needs improvement” areas for their law firms over the last few years. One, clients want more efficient delivery of legal services with transparent value. 148 more words

Information Governance

Law firms, law schools lumber — Elon Law, not so much

Criticism happens quick.

Criticism in tweets and blogs and articles comes really quickly. (“The legal profession is doomed.“) Changes in law firms and law schools, not like that. 144 more words

Law Practice Management