Do You Have an Accounts Receivable Problem?

Running a law firm costs a lot of money. From paying employees, rent, the cost of office supplies, utilities, insurance, taxes, and other miscellaneous expenses, it is not easy for most law firms. This is why some attorneys choose not to tangle with owning a law firm and instead work for others as an associate….

Measure the important law firm metrics

If you are running a law firm, there are various metrics you need your employees to meet in order to keep your law firm running smoothly.  The metrics can relate to areas such as client satisfaction, retentions, account receivable, billable hours or other productivity numbers. Based on the particulars of your law firm, some metrics…