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Getting Paid: New Clio Features for Law Firm Billing

Law firm billing doesn’t need to be complicated, yet many lawyers struggle with it. The average lawyer spends hours drafting, editing, and sending bills—often…

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Science of Collecting Fees

Have you ever had a client who didn’t pay a bill? If you have, the good news is that there’s a way to minimize…

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Breaking Down the 2018 Solo and Small Firm Compensation Survey

Reliable, detailed information on compensation for solo practitioners and small firm attorneys is surprisingly scarce.

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Flat Fees for Fun and Profit

Clients love flat fees; lawyers worry about them. Driven by client demand, hourly billing is on its last legs and flat fees are fast…

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Beyond the Billable Hour: How Alternative & Contingency Fees Are Changing

Law firms working for businesses are finding themselves dealing with at least 7 new types of fees – from blended rates and conditional fees…

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How to bill an extra 8 hours every week

The average lawyer only bills 28% of an eight-hour workday. That's according to data looking at aggregate and anonymized data from 40,000 firms using…

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The Ethics of Law Firms Accepting Credit Cards

Do lawyers take credit cards? Lawyer in residence Joshua Lenon takes a deep dive into ethics opinions surrounding credit cards and what to do.

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