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This month, LPM magazine sets out how legal management leaders can find out which services are bringing home the bacon and develop strategies around that information 

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LEAP, the world’s leading cloud software provider for small law firms, announces it has relocated its offices in Edinburgh to larger premises to accommodate a team which has expanded from seven to sixteen during the last year.

The summer vacation season is now well and truly over and it’s that time of the year when people return to work bursting with fresh ideas and new enthusiasms. In keeping with this spirit, I’ve been looking at some alternative approaches to traditional technology strategies and priorities…

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As of January 2018, the newly integrated company will be called Litera Microsystems. Our new name recognizes the that this is a merging of multiple strong brands in the industry, and signals our intent to preserve the very best qualities that each bring to the table.

NetDocuments, the leading cloud-based document and email management (DMS) platform for law firms and corporate legal departments, announced today that it has hired 50 individuals over the last 12 months, including several key management positions, as the legal market’s widespread adoption of the cloud-based platform continues to rise.

Emma Sell By Emma Sell
from Brahams Dutt Badrick French

This article was originally featured as a column in the October issue of LPM. To read the issue in full, download LPM.

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This article was originally featured as a column in the October issue of LPM. To read the issue in full, download LPM.

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Steven  Treharne By Steven Treharne
from Mogers Drewett Solicitors

This article was originally featured as a column in the October issue of LPM. To read the issue in full, download LPM.

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Growing a practice or business is hard at the best of times.

But sometimes there’s more stacked against us than we realise.

And if we don’t have a clear picture of what’s stopping us from growing, it’s twice as hard to know what to do to overcome it.

Over the years I’ve identified 3 Critical Factors that limit the growth and profitability of most practices I see.

These are:

1. Model: The professional services model is broken

The professional practice model is stacked against growth and profitability.

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