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Case Study: Optimizing a Small Family Law Practice

Case Study: Optimizing a Small Family Law Practice

A quick tangent from my Domains of Activity series, I'm putting together some case studies of firms I've worked with and the improvements they've made. Here's the first one: Case Study: Optimizing a Small Family Law Practice The Situation A family law firm consisting of two attorneys and three staff struggled with workflow optimization and …

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The Insidious Harms of Multitasking

Are you unconsciously cheating yourself and your clients by multitasking? Many people assume that multitasking creates efficiency, but as Oregon Law School professor Elizabeth Ruiz Frost writes in the February/March edition of the Oregon State Bar Bulletin, this logic is deeply flawed. Prof. Frost outlines the growing body of research showing how multitasking, far from …

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Legal Project Management: You're Doing it Wrong

[getty src="456501701?et=r-qTYgCKT6Z9NXgfwpEQ1A&sig=Q0a2IK7BXklNSQs8J23lAC_2h8dh-WYylj8onTsfhdc=" width="507" height="387"] Legal Project Management is quite the buzzword these days. Of course the concept has been around for years, but the recent publication of the ABA's The Power of Legal Project Management has renewed the push for lawyers to adopt the project management techniques that have been used in the business world …

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