Julie Albury

Balance of human and AI interaction

How can we – as lawyers – stay in business during the coronavirus pandemic, and beyond? Blog 5

This is the fifth blog in this series of posts where we’re discussing how lawyers and law firms are struggling to cope with the lockdown and what we can suggest to help them. Many aren’t set up for homeworking, social distancing or self-isolation. And it’s all happened so quickly there has been very little time to prepare. Yet this is when your clients’ minds are really focused on what’s important to them, and they’ll be looking to you for advice […]

Teleconferencing with clients

How can we – as lawyers – stay in business during the coronavirus pandemic, and beyond? Blog 4

This is the fourth blog in this series of posts where we’re discussing how lawyers and law firms are struggling to cope with the lockdown and what we can suggest to help them. Many aren’t set up for homeworking, social distancing or self-isolation. And it’s all happened so quickly there has been very little time to prepare. Yet this is when your clients’ minds are really focused on what’s important to them, and they’ll be looking to you for advice […]

Adapting for home working

How can we – as lawyers – stay in business during the coronavirus pandemic, and beyond? Blog 3

This is the third blog in this series of posts where we’re discussing how lawyers and law firms are struggling to cope with the lockdown and what we can suggest to help them. Many aren’t set up for homeworking, social distancing or self-isolation. And it’s all happened so quickly there has been very little time to prepare. Yet this is when your clients’ minds are really focused on what’s important to them, and they’ll be looking to you for advice […]

Scanning and saving documents

How can we – as lawyers – stay in business during the coronavirus pandemic, and beyond? Blog 2

I’m sure a lot of lawyers and law firms are struggling to cope with the lockdown. Many aren’t set up for homeworking, social distancing or self-isolation. And it’s all happened so quickly there has been very little time to prepare. Yet this is when your clients’ minds are really focused on what’s important to them, and they’ll be looking to you for advice and to set contingencies in place.

This is number two in this blog series, where I’ll try to […]

Coronavirus home working

How can we – as lawyers – stay in business during the coronavirus pandemic, and beyond? Blog 1

I’m sure a lot of lawyers and law firms are struggling to cope with the lockdown. Many aren’t set up for homeworking, social distancing or self-isolation. And it’s all happened so quickly there has been very little time to prepare. Yet this is when your clients’ minds are really focused on what’s important to them, and they’ll be looking to you for advice and to set contingencies in place.

In this blog series, I’ll try to set out some suggestions – […]

SuperPaste

PLC Document Conversion to your own House Style at the Push of a Button…

Many of our clients complain of how long it takes their fee earners to create their standard precedents to versions that comply with their practices branding rules and styles. In a law firm, time really is money, so every minute spent on reworking documents is a minute less billing time!

Here is a great example of how Legal Workflow has created fantastic time saving efficiencies for one commercial law firm client, that must also be relevant to so many law firms […]

SMB Growth Hub

The future of work for SMEs

Malmaison Brighton, BN2 5WA: 17 March 2020, 17:30 – 21:30 GMT

SMB Growth Hub: The future of work for SMEs

What does the future of work look like for SMEs? Networking and talks from SMB leaders & the University of Sussex Future Work Research Hub.

If you are attending the event, why not arrange to meet Martin Langan of Legal Workflow while you are there.

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