As an attorney who runs a small firm, you must balance legal work with the demands of managing a business, so you’ve probably got a good understanding of the value of time:
- The value of spending more time on high-level work that maximizes your firm’s income;
- The value of working efficiently, so you can take on more clients or realize more profit from a retainer;
- The value of having extra hours in the day to follow up on leads, connect with prospects on social media, and take other steps to promote your firm; and
- The value of starting your weekend at 5 p.m. on a Friday night!
Time saved, time used wisely, and time invested in the future of your practice: They’re key factors to consider when you sit down to evaluate Thomson Reuters technology solutions and the return on investment (ROI) they can deliver for your firm.
Whether you measure time by the billable hour, by your capacity to serve more clients, or by having more freedom for family life or a hobby, maximizing the value of your time will drive profitability and the satisfaction you derive from your work.
In “Two Ways to Measure ROI — The Bottom Line on Litigation Software for Small Law Firms”, a white paper specifically created for small law firms and solo practitioners, you can evaluate how new technology solutions and litigation software can improve your firm’s ROI.
You can download the white paper “Two Ways to Measure ROI: The Bottom Line on Litigation Software for Small Law Firms” here.