Law Firm Management

FindLaw's Law Firm Management Center provides a wide spectrum of resources dedicated to solo and small law firm practice on topics such as Law Firm Finance, How to Start a Law Firm, Human Resources, Legal Marketing, and Practice Support. Running a solo or small law firm requires careful attention to business details. Whether you are about to hang your shingle, or are a seasoned practitioner, FindLaw can help you successfully grow and optimize your law practice.

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    • State of the Legal Profession: Client Driven Innovation
      Provided by Andrew Zangrilli of FindLaw

      Innovation in the legal services industry is frequently driven by client demand. Over the years, large corporate clients, in particular, have had a substantial impact on the way law firms handle core matters, such as billing and staffing. Recently, large clients have established new varieties of financial and practical requirements that legal service providers must meet.

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    • Team Conflict Management
      Provided by Michelle LaBrosse of Cheetah Project Management

      Watching fireworks light up a summer sky awakens the wonder in us all. When fireworks light up a conference room and team members are ready to explode, it can be the true test of your Project Management and leadership skills. When team conflict is enthusiastic, challenging and results in a better outcome, it's healthy and a sign of a team that trusts each other enough to engage in debate and discourse.

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    • Thinking About Law Firm Risk Management
      Provided by Editorial Staff of FindLaw

      If you're a good lawyer, you won't get sued for malpractice. This belief may be comforting, but it's a myth. Good (and bad) lawyers get sued. There is no simple way to predict if your client will sue you for malpractice. In fact, risk management begins as soon as a person becomes a potential client.  

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    • Answers to Common Legal Malpractice Insurance Questions
      Provided by Editorial Staff of FindLaw

      Before you consider buying malpractice insurance, it is important to understand the basics of insurance.You need insurance in order to protect yourself and your clients. As with other types of insurance, malpractice coverage can protect your personal assets against loss. In addition, as attorneys cannot limit their personal liability by agreement or entity selection, insurance provides protection against catastrophic loss.

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    • LSPA and Staples Offer Office Supplies and Services
      Provided by Legal Service Providers Association
      The Legal Service Providers Association, the only organization dedicated to the growth and promotion of service providers in the legal industry, today announced that it has partnered with Staples Advantage, the business-to-business division of Staples, Inc., to offer LSPA-exclusive pricing on office supplies. Starting immediately, LSPA members can access discounts of up to 60% on Staples orders including supplies, technology, furniture, facilities and business services.

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