Recently I was reading an article about a first grader that noticed his father was having difficulty with the car radio, so he explained to his father he should reverse-engineer it. It seems law firms would be well-served to apply the same thinking this first grader used with his father’s car radio to their business operations.
Amata welcomes back the Haymarket Ballet! In the French tradition, L’Amant anonyme overflows with stylish dance, performed by members of the Haymarket Opera Ballet. Choreographed by baroque dance specialist Sarah Edgar, Haymarket welcomes dancer Kali Page Benz, Julie Brumfiel, Andrew Erickson and Emmanuel Ramirez. Alongside the delights of this charming opera, enjoy the elegance of early ballet this June!
Attorneys starting off with their own practice need an essential support system to grow and prosper. Sure, you have the ability to take care of your filing, administrative tasks, and answering inquiries. But do you have the time? When you devote less time to mundane yet essential tasks, you have more time to work on settling a case in your favor. Let us show you what a full-service virtual office can do for your practice.
One of the biggest issues facing lawyers today is the accrual of billable hours. During the early days of 2020, lawyers were forced to work remotely and reconfigure their entire practice. This led to a decline in billable hours across the board, with legal practitioners struggling to make ends meet. One study suggests that most law firms were only able to net an average of 2.5 billable hours each day. Virtual legal assistants are increasingly employed to resolve these issues.
A virtual paralegal is a game-changer for a legal practice that needs a second set of hands, but can’t afford to hire a full-time paralegal on staff. For solo and private practice law firms, they offer an ideal solution to many of the problems that emerge on a day-to-day basis. But are they a better option than freelance paralegal services?
Small businesses are having a great couple of years, and they are continuing to be optimistic towards the future. If you’re one of the many experiencing growth in your business, and evaluating office space, don’t go straight to the realtor’s office. Instead embrace the varied options available thanks to continued demand for flexible, cost-efficient space for small businesses.