The legal IT market can sometimes fail to deliver the hype which we’re supposed to believe about new technology — creating a disillusion which can hinder progress. In fact, it can often resemble the Gartner Hype Scale.
If you don’t know already the DPS Academy is an online training hub where users can view short video clips showing how to use the different elements of our software. The videos are sorted into modules which end with a quiz that the user needs to pass before being awarded a certificate.
The P4W User Group is an independent organisation, started in 1999, made up of legal professionals interested in using P4W to its full potential. The group enhances communication between Tikit and their clients, as well as providing the opportunity for collaboration between member firms. The group meets at regional events in the spring and annually at a 2-day national event held in November.
SearchFlow – the UK’s leading provider of search solutions and legal reports – is hosting a free CPD event that provides property lawyers, conveyancers and legal secretaries with guidance on Anti-Money Laundering (AML), cybersecurity and emerging technologies.
MHA’s Legal Benchmarking Report reveals how the changing legal landscape and a fall in fee income has had a positive impact on many practices, prompting them to scrutinise their profitability drivers and reduce expenditure, resulting in improved profit per equity partner figures.
Ed Pickard has joined Miller as part of a concerted effort by its leading Professions team to redefine the insurance market’s approach to large law firms. He will head up the UK Professions retail team, with a focus on expanding Miller’s Professions offering to the top 250 law firms and other larger professional practices.
Employee engagement is a key driver of motivation, commitment, and productivity in a company. Encompassing many aspects of the workplace, it reveals how likely an employee is to stay, strive, and thrive in their role.
True professional ‘cradle to grave’ solutions are difficult to find. It’s rare that suppliers to the legal sector offer everything needed in a modern-day law firm’s back office – that’s software to manage accounts, matters and documents, and outsourced services to take over core administration functions.