It’s one of the two most important concerns for small law firm attorneys: your bottom line. If your firm is not profitable, even the other top small law firm concern, quality legal practice, will falter. Profitability matters.
With clients pressing your income down, and economic changes pushing costs up, how can a small firm grow profitability? Karl Florida of Thomson Reuters applies smart business practices to the current small law firm environment, and concludes that one thing can drive short-term gains and establish long-term stability: technology.
In the Independent Thinking article, How Technology Drives Short- and Long-Term Profitability for Small Law Firms.
Download the free article to read about:
• Three specific software options that can help you operate more efficiently
• Technology that can solve for immediate workload and personnel challenges
• How technology use today can drive long-term profit growth or firm expansion
Karl Florida leads Thomson Reuters’ small law firm business, which offers such legal solutions as the Firm Central cloud-based practice management platform, WestlawNext small law firm plans, and FindLaw’s lawyer marketing solutions.
Download a free copy of How Technology Drives Short- and Long-Term Profitability for Small Law Firms to learn more about smart technology choices that can impact and grow profitability for small firms.