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Making the case for your law firm’s practice management solution

With client demands continuing to increase and law firms being forced to do more with less, the need for firms to operate at maximum efficiency is more critical than ever before. Clients continue to demand more transparency, faster response times, and superior results — all at the lowest possible rate.

By taking steps to maximize efficiency across the business, firms are not only able to provide the level of service clients demand, but they can also streamline operations in a way that minimizes the time they spend on routine tasks and maximizes profitability. In pursuit of that goal, many firms are turning to comprehensive law practice management (LPM) software.

There are a number of advantages to adopting an LPM solution. Let’s look at a few of them a little more closely:

  • Efficient matter management: It can be challenging to keep track of all the moving parts connected to a particular matter. Contact information, matter calendaring, timekeeping, and more must all be tracked in order to keep the matter moving ahead smoothly. With a quality LPM solution, you can automate the entire process associated with the matter, so nothing falls through the cracks.
  • Minimize malpractice risk: A malpractice claim can do near-irreparable harm to a firm’s reputation and expose it to substantial damages. Using LPM software can help avoid malpractice claims related to conflicts of interest, missed deadlines, data breaches, and more.
  • Remote collaboration: Especially in the current WFH-dominated environment, teams need to be able to do more than just work remotely. They still need to connect and collaborate with each other as if they were in the office. LPM solutions give all stakeholders to a matter immediate access to the most current information in real-time — allowing everyone to keep their tasks moving and ensuring that the best possible result is delivered to the client.

Perhaps the greatest overall benefit of a comprehensive LPM solution is accuracy. By giving team members access to up-to-the-minute information about a particular matter in a single online location, it eliminates the need for status checks, task follow-up, emails, keeping track of changes, and managing multiple versions of documents. With everything available in one spot, the opportunity for missed changes and errors drops considerably.

To learn more about these and other considerations in the development of your LPM software adoption plan, download our new white paper, Seven reasons why law firms need law practice management software.

Start building a strategy for your law firm’s LPM software adoption

Imagine how your firm would benefit if it were able to streamline workflows across the business. How much time would it save? How much would your client service improve? And how much would this kind of efficiency improve your firm’s profitability?

Take a few minutes to learn more about Thomson Reuters ProLaw and how it can help to improve your firm’s efficiency.

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