Identifying trends in any industry is vital for forecasting where your law practice may be going and where you want to take it. Clio is a company specializing in legal software, and they also release a yearly report to pinpoint trends in the legal field.
This episode of Your Law Firm is a Business. Take It to the Next Level is part two of a deep dive into Clio’s Legal Trends Report. We’re recognizing and discussing items that stand out and analyzing what they may mean for lawyers in the future.
Josh Lenon, Lawyer-in-Residence and Data Protection Officer at Clio, joins Mark and Melanie again for part two of this breakdown. His job is to translate lawyers to technologists and technology to lawyers. He’s helping them break down what the statistics mean in Clio’s Legal Trends Report.
- Why reviews are an output metric and the reason attorneys should understand the influences behind the reviews they receive
- Why answering the phone is one of the strongest investments you can make and the reason synchronous communication is still preferred
- How your affordability and billing methods affect the clients you attract in your practice
- What offering a flat fee service can do to increase your business
- Why using technology doesn’t have to be impersonal
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Joshua Lenon bio: https://ca.linkedin.com/in/joshualenon
Clio Legal Trends Report: https://4.gngf.com/nextlevel-clio-LTR
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- When you’re done listening today, go download the Legal Trends Report, we’ll put the link in the show notes but a quick Google search for Legal Trends Report will get you where you need to go.
- Review the Table of Contents, jump to the section that interests you the most and read that section.
- Then, using what you learned in that section, come up with one Action Step of your own that you can implement in your firm using what you learned.