Service of Process: A Workflow that Works

In a hyper-competitive environment, law firms seek any available edge over their competitors. Certainly, there are a number of ways for law firms to differentiate themselves from other law firms; but, consistently performing more expeditiously than your rivals is probably still the best remedy.

So, lawyers continue to chase after that grail:
How do you get more efficient than everyone else?

Task management, checklists and workflows can get you there; and, it’s all about creating processes to automate your work.

The Takeaways:

  • Discover the value of effective calendar management, including ticklers
  • Explore the importance of checklists and workflows
  • Develop workflows for technology, marketing and financial management
  • Learn how to get buy-in for new processes

The Speaker:

Jared Correia
Assistant Director and Senior Law Practice Advisor
LOMAP (Law Office Management Assistance Program in Massachusettes)

Jared is the Assistant Director and Senior Law Practice Advisor for LOMAP (Law Office Management Assistance Program) in Massachusetts. Before joining LOMAP, Jared managed CLE publications and the Casemaker research engine for the Massachusetts Bar Association. He has been a practicing lawyer, in small firms, where he mostly focused on personal injury, real estate and disability law.

Jared is a regular contributor to local and national legal publications, including Attorney at Work, where you can find his monthly column, entitled ‘Managing’. Jared is the author of the American Bar Association publication ‘Twitter in One Hour for Lawyers’. He is the co-host of the podcast ‘The Legal Toolkit‘ on Legal Talk Network, and is featured on a quarterly podcast at Solo Practice University. Jared also presented at ABA TECHSHOW 2013, on remote access and social media marketing.

 

Thank you to our sponsor:

Abacus-Data-Systems

 

Please note, this is a non-CLE webinar.

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