[Webinar] How to Use Legal Practice Management Software to Solve Some of the Top Problems Faced by Small Law Firms
Thomson Reuters Solo and Small Law Firm group recently release a survey that identified five of the top challenges face by today’s small firms. In this webinar we’ll touch on all five but will take a deep dive into three of the five challenges and demonstrate how a legal practice management system (LPM) like Rocket Matter can help solve them:
1. Spending too much time on administrative tasks and not enough practicing law – We’ll take a look at how LPMs can significantly reduce a firm’s administrative time with bill-as-you-work technology and automated tasks and workflows, and show how tasks such as billing and invoicing, which would normally take hours or days, can be condensed into minutes.
2. Cost control and expense growth – We’ll demonstrate the ability to quickly and easily access powerful in-depth reporting which allows the firm to view key performance indicators, which indicate the financial health of the firm, and identifies problem and growth areas.
3. Increasing complexity of technology – See how LPMs pay attention to the user experience by offering intuitive workflows and design.
When: Wednesday, August 17, 2016 12:00 PM – 12:30 PM EST
Presenter: Nefra MacDonald and Tim Baran
About the presenters:
Nefra MacDonald is the Customer Success Product Manager at Rocket Matter. She earned her Juris Doctor degree from the University of Miami, and after working in various capacities at law firms, corporations and non-profits, she decided to use her experience to help address the pain points that practicing lawyers feel every day. She currently co-chairs Rocket Matter’s Product Advisory Committee, which serves as a source of targeted feedback for the company’s product improvement strategy.
As content director for Rocket Matter and editor of the Legal Productivity blog, Tim Baran enjoys using his 20+ years of experience in the legal profession to work with law firms to understand how they use and improve efficiency and management techniques in the day-to-day practice of law. He is the author of Evernote for Lawyers and was was named to the 2016 Fastcase 50 honoring the law’s techies, visionaries, & leaders.