Marketing & BD

Ask a lawyer about their specialist area of law and they’ll be happy to talk all day. Ask them about the technology that supports their legal practice and they’ll mostly clam up. Why? Because the technology industry seems to have a secret language all of its own that normal business people – and I include lawyers in here – struggle to understand.

What is a chatbot, and where would it be used in a legal firm?

In this complimentary online seminar you will discover:

Intelligent Office UK (IO), the leading provider of administrative support services to the professional services and legal sectors, has been appointed by Multrees Investor Services to deliver its facilities, reprographics, mail and courier, and front of house services.

The contract, which went live on 19th November 2018, has required IO to bring in a newly recruited team to deliver the suite of services for Multrees’ Edinburgh office.

Clive Stelfox, COO at Multrees said:

A look back over the year

Workshare is in the business of change, and heading towards the end of another year has given us cause for a little reflection. A lot can happen in 12 months, so we’re casting our minds back over the year to see what’s happened at Workshare:

  • Introducing our new CEO
  • Award-winning Workshare Transact
  • Market-leading comparison solution
  • A new partnership for proactive security

And we’re making a wish for 2019…

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Profitable practice growth secrets: How to attract more of your ideal clients and significantly increase your profits without working more hours

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Some lessons are easy to learn, some are harder.

Personally, one of the hardest lessons I’ve had to learn is when to quit. I have a strong aversion to quitting anything.

Refusing to quit can be a good thing – commitment, tenacity, and determination can be great qualities that help us keep going to get the results we want, even when times are tough.

But sometimes not knowing when to quit can hold us back.

Jess Carey Posted By Jess Carey
from Burlington Media

Peppermint Technology has enhanced its CX product to support clients after amendments by the Legal Services Board (LSB) to simplify regulation and increase consumer choice in the legal market.

Earlier this month, the LSB approved the changes to the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA) handbook in respect of its Looking to the Future reforms.

“How much do you charge?” is a question most lawyers and other professionals get asked at some point, and I know many of them struggle with it.

How should you answer this question when a prospective client asks you?

Do you tell them your fees straight away – in which case they might immediately start comparing you on price and probably go to someone cheaper?

Or do you avoid answering it, but then feel uncomfortable for avoiding it, and then lose the client anyway?

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