Business of Law
There's more to likely fees than mere multiplication.
A small firm owner reveals her favorite tech tools to help break free from the office.
Before all else, you need to define your law firm website's purpose and your customer's needs.
Before you can estimate fees, you need to assess the scope of the work anticipated.
When it comes to legal fees, transparency pays off.
To achieve more workplace flexibility, use your laptop as your communication "control center."
Proper business etiquette for mobile communication is elusive, but here are a few ground rules.
When setting billing rates, consider what you deserve—and what is fair.
The retainer agreement creates a true sense of contract and improves the odds of getting paid.