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    The American Bar Association’s rules of professional conduct state that “a lawyer should aspire to render at least 50 hours of pro bono public legal services per year.” When you’re measured by billable hours, offering your services...
  • Wagstaffe for Courts 2018

    The Wagstaffe Group® Practice Guide: Federal Civil Procedure Before Trial is the one resource no judge or clerk should be without. It delivers insightful analysis and practical guidance to help you research, interpret and rule with confidence and...
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  • Small Law Tech Adoption Delivers Big Efficiencies

    Although Big Law has vast resources, small law firms are in a better position to innovate. Innovation in law may be traced to a collective of people, process and technology. Now more than ever, general counsel are focused on working with progressive law...
  • CourtLink Training Guide 2018

    LexisNexis® CourtLink® provides unparalleled searchable access to the largest collection of federal, state and local court records along with convenient tools to help you monitor the developments most important to you.
  • Five Tips to Help Solo Practitioners Retain Clients

    Retaining clients and customers represents a challenge for companies in all corners of the business world. On the other hand, attracting new prospects to add to a company’s portfolio or replace lost business usually consumes a more significant investment...
  • How My Social Work Degree Prepared Me for Law Firms

    Drew Sammeth, Client Educator, LexisNexis: As happens for so many, I did not stay in the field for which I went to school. While not entirely intentional, my social work career was short as I fell into the corporate world through a ‘temp’...
  • How Attorneys Find New Clients - Five Tips to Grow Your Client List

    A lawyer is often confronted with a proverbial mountain of casework as part of their day-to-day workload. While tackling those jobs is important, the need for generating revenue through new business is still an integral part of a successful practice....
  • As Big Four’s Entry into Legal Market Looms, Small Firms Should Consider Their Options

    Competing with the Big Four accounting firms has become a fact of life in the legal industry outside the United States. Yet, ethics rules have shielded the U.S. legal market from the entry of Deloitte, Ernst & Young, KPMG and PricewaterhouseCoopers...
  • Five Tips for Setting Your Law Firm's Fees

    Like any professionals, attorneys have a wide variety of options when it comes to determining how they are paid. Whether they choose to charge clients on an hourly basis, take flat fees or use some other compensation arrangements, how a law firm sets...