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Take a Coffee Break with Sage Timeslips

Grab a coffee on us! Join Sage on September 14th at 1pm ET (or every month!) for a brief overview of the Sage Timeslips solution. During this session, you will get a $5 gift card to enjoy the coffee of your choice while you see the product in action, plus a live Q&A to get all your questions answered by …

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No Evidence Left Behind: Leveraging Digital Forensics to the Fullest

Cybercrimes have become more frequent and sophisticated, and the tools used to investigate them have also evolved. While attorneys may recognize this change in the evidentiary landscape, they may not recognize how it can impact their casework. As a result, many still group digital forensics with more traditional evidence analytics, when they should be incorporating the assistance of digital forensic …

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Increasing Firm Revenue with Online Payments

Several years ago, Clio’s research team began a multi-year cohort analysis to identify contributors to sustained revenue growth among highly successful law firms. Our goal was to find great examples of successful law firms—and to define best practices for other legal professionals hoping to grow their businesses. In this article, we discuss how our research team correlated the adoption—and use—of …

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LTRC Roundtable Discussion: Personal Knowledge Management

Our Panelists: Tom Mighell (TM), Dennis Kennedy (DK), Allison Shields (AS), Alan Klevan (AK), John Loughnane (JL), and William Goren (WG). What types of information do you collect for your own personal knowledge management? TM: I primarily save articles and highlights from books I am reading, and sometimes will save entire websites if they are useful for personal reference. I …

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11 Things I Wish I Learned in Law School

Being a lawyer is inherently stressful, and the first few years of practicing law are arguably the most anxiety-inducing periods of your life (aside from 1L finals and the bar exam). As you enter the real world, you’ll learn very quickly that law school did not teach you how to actually practice law. But rest easy! Practicing law doesn’t have …

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Clio: The Leader in Legaltech

The legaltech industry has grown significantly in recent years, and Clio remains at the forefront of this growth. After raising a combined US$360 million in our Series D and Series E investment rounds, the latter resulting in a $1.6 billion valuation, Clio earned unicorn status. Most recently, we announced Clio’s centaur status—a title reserved for private SaaS companies that achieve …

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Let your Control freak Flag Fly: Vote Early, Vote Often

We recently hosted a Sage Timeslips webinar “Let your Control Freak Flag Fly” for everyone who needs to make sure their law firm’s billing gets done exactly the way that they need it to be done—and we’ve made that webinar available for you to view on demand, here. During the webinar, we shared how different people at your firm can …

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Four Ways to Simplify Your Billing and Get Paid Faster

Your clients are the heart of your business. If you’re a small firm or solo practitioner, your waking hours are spent focusing on winning for them. With only 24 hours in the day, there’s little time left to spend on time tracking, billing, and chasing after slow-paying clients. Regardless of practice area, these are three of the biggest headaches facing …

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Legal Leads Provide Unexpected Strategic Benefits for Law Firms

Attorneys come to lead providers like 4LegalLeads.com with a simple objective in mind, to find new clients online. That’s the priority, and understandably so. Online advertising and lead generation is a highly complex skill that most law firms don’t have the time or bandwidth to master. So, legal leads give them the ability to outsource the mammoth, expert task of sourcing online leads to an …

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Why More Law Firms Are Accepting Online Payments

Today’s tech-savvy clients expect online payment options—especially the ability to pay by credit card. And this expectation is the default for all companies they do business with, including hiring a lawyer. According to the U.S. Federal Reserve, the use of credit cards grew 392%, while checks declined by 66%, between 2000 and 2018. Accepting online payments not only provides more …

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