Do you dream of being at an AM 100 law firm? The benefits are fantastic. Higher salaries. Huge offices. What if you could have the vaunted support system of an AM100 firm even though you are a relatively new lawyer just starting your practice?
Lawyer life is hectic, and devoting time to administrative tasks diverts your attention away from working on your cases. Amata provides administrative assistant services in Chicago that will alleviate your burden. We pair you with a knowledgeable administrative assistant to handle day-to-day administrative tasks while allowing your firm to focus on more important ones.
Amata eliminates the time-consuming task of preparing, reviewing, and filing appellate briefs. Our appellate briefs paralegal services in Chicago’s legal and financial districts have years of experience that your law firm can trust. Additionally, we review briefs for compliance against local court rules to ensure your caseload doesn’t miss a beat.
Amata offers residential and commercial real estate closing services to law firms in Chicago. Our office handles legal document preparation and processing that delivers superior service at a fair price. We take pride in providing professional legal and administrative services with years of experience behind us.
At some point, small and solo law firms will have to deal with hiring or managing a team outside of themselves. While managing staff as a solo attorney presents a unique set of challenges, it is ultimately a sign of success: your business has grown and is thriving. However, time is of the essence: it takes work to build out your team, and you may be banking on time you can’t afford to spend on recruitment, training, and management.
The most productive law firm is one in which lawyers are spending the maximum amount of time practicing law, and minimizing the amount of time performing ancillary tasks that, while important, do not result in billable time. Regardless of a lawyer’s expertise or successes in the courtroom, the main financial commitment of a lawyer depends on spending time with casework.