It’s Not Your Father’s Legal Profession: How to Adapt

  • 22 Dec 2016
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The Legal Profession is changing in dramatic ways One example of the ever-changing waters of the practice of law is that people don’t come to lawyers with routine questions the way they used to. Typically someone will start to address her legal questions with a Google search. There’s often some pretty good information online. When […]

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Why the Cloud Makes Sense for Your Small Law Firm

  • 15 Dec 2016
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Part 2 in a series: How To Reduce Your Law Firm's Overhead Client #1 I have a client, a solo lawyer, who was terrified of the cloud - didn’t trust it, thought she would get hacked. She has all of her clients’ information on hard drives in her office. But what if her office gets [...] Read more

LeanLaw Software Updates from Fred, LeanLaw CTO

  • 15 Dec 2016
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Expanded User Features in LeanLaw Software LeanLaw CTO, Fred Willerup, continually integrates user feedback to update and improve LeanLaw software. Today, he talks about User Roles and getting users invited and integrated into the software more easily. If you’re a LeanLaw user and you have suggestions for the software, please contact us. We want to [...] Read more

LeanLaw Trust Accounting just got easier

  • 18 Nov 2016
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Announcing improvements to the LeanLaw experience! LeanLaw CTO, Fred Willerup, wrote to our current users about the improvements to the LeanLaw user experience, with regard to trust accounting: Trust accounting just got even easier. We have collected all the functions under one tab which allows you to see the balance of the trust account for […]

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5 Myths Why Quickbooks Online Can’t Work for Attorneys

LeanLaw Timekeeping and Billing Software Smooths the Bumps in QuickBooks For Seamless, Efficient Workflows   Has your accountant or bookkeeper told you Quickbooks won’t work in your small law firm? Have you had painful experiences yourself? Did you think: Quickbooks can’t do trust accounting for law firms? Quickbooks timekeeping doesn’t work for attorneys? Quickbooks can’t […]

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Review Invoice Drafts in Minutes, Not Hours. LeanLaw Timekeeping and Billing Software

LeanLaw Timekeeping and Billing Software is Easy to Use, Mobile and Can Shave $15,000 A Year Off Your Overhead   Are you still writing your timekeeping on a yellow pad? Do you write your time down more than once because your system is not mobile? Do you need assistance putting your timekeeping and billing in […]

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Timekeeping and Billing Software That Can Shave $15K Off Overhead?

LeanLaw Timekeeping and Billing Software is Easy to Use, Mobile and Integrates with Software You’re Already Using If you’re starting a small law firm or already work in one, you know that keeping overhead low is a top priority for your firm’s success. Our mission at LeanLaw is to help small law firms operate Lean […]

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Lawyer Spotlight: Q&A With Attorneys Brooke O’Neil and Sarah Scott

Lawyers Are Heroes! Meet Attorneys Brooke O’Neil and Sarah Scott,  Idaho-based attorneys who recently joined forces to create the boutique law firm, Law / Alternatives / PLLC. O’Neil and Scott focus on family and fiduciary areas of the law, in addition to mediation services. O’Neil and Scott decided that lean, legal tech was the goal […]

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Start a Lean Law Firm and Keep It Lean

Software for your law firm is now less expensive, more secure and easier to use. If you’re in the process of setting up a new law firm or are thinking about doing so, I have a question for you: Do you know which software you’re going to use in order to maintain low overhead and […]

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Automate Strategic Workflows to Save Time, Money and Sanity

Automate Strategic Workflows to Save Time, Money and Sanity The legal profession is one of the last bastions of manual workflows like keeping track of time on a yellow pad. Not only is this kind of behavior inefficient, it is also kind of crazy if you think about it. Thousands of dollars can be saved […]

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