Tag: Virtual Assistants

Office and team are the two biggest expenses law firms incur (besides taxes, of course). Previous articles covered how our flexible office plans save law firms money on office space, providing them wiggle room to scale. Now we have…
Most solo practitioners and small law firms do not need a full-time receptionist, full-time assistant, or paralegal. Tight budgets and a fluctuation workload mean they need extra support in their business on-demand. What if there was a simple way…
People quit their jobs for many reasons. And besides the obvious ones (relocation, burnout, low pay), there is one reason that most leaders haven’t considered: Feeling underutilized. …
Did you know a virtual and on-site assistant are all you need to drastically reduce your workload and unlock new growth?…
One of the hardest things as a growing law firm is the catch-22 situation of needing to hire talent in order to grow, but not having the funds in order to do it….
Growing a law firm has several stages. In the beginning, you are hungry for clients and looking to make a name for yourself. You work on promotion, your track record, and never miss a networking event. But there comes…
Most lawyers who went solo came from a corporate background, so they know what it’s like to put in 60 hours of work each week. The difference is that, when they start their own firm, they have to keep…
Time is everything for lawyers and professional service providers. It is their greatest asset, and the thing that they need to protect the most. But in today’s world, there are many more tasks beyond serving clients that need to…
With remote work on the rise, will office space become obsolete? According to a study done by Boston Consulting Group, ‘1.5 billion square feet of office space could become obsolete’, with low utilization, high vacancy levels, and financial viability…
While many law firms continue to work remotely, many of them saw the need for physical interaction with clients and teammates and decided to go back to the office….