Discover the Benefits of Switching to a Client-Centered Workflow
What are the benefits of designing a client-centered workflow? Do you know the top tools that law firms are using right now to enhance productivity? Why should you consider using a virtual receptionist? This condensed overview teaches you ways to level up your law office's operations. Don't miss this opportunity to streamline your processes - register today!
Discover which of your everyday tasks could be automated.
Identify the benefits of converting to a paperless practice.
Uncover practical guidance for integrating new technology in the law firm.
Identifying Inefficiencies in Your Law Firm's Current Processes and Practices
Designing a Client-Centered Workflow: Why It Matters
Pros and Cons of Transitioning to a Paperless Practice
From Client Intake to Billing: Top Tools and Software to Help Law Firms Boost Productivity
Using Virtual Receptionists: How to Do It Right
Top Considerations When Onboarding New Legal Technology
Tips for Evaluating Newly Implemented Software and Procedures - and Making Adjustments Where Needed
Kristin Moye J.D., LL.M., is an attorney and business owner who love advising law firms about how to start, run, and manage an ethical (and profitable) practice. Ms. Moye also owns Windrose Law Center PLC, an estate planning and business law firm. Prior to opening Windrose Law Center, she spent a number of years working at the State Bar of Arizona advising lawyers and staff about running and maintaining an ethical law practice. In addition to her work as a practicing attorney, Ms. Moye enjoys teaching and has extensive experience in legal education. Following law school, she earned her LL.M. from Pepperdine, where Ms. Moye wrote her thesis on best practices in legal education. Thereafter, she worked at the Arizona Supreme Court developing training for judges, judicial officers and court staff. Ms. Moye has been teaching in higher education for the last twelve years in both undergraduate paralegal programs, and as an adjunct professor. She can be reached at: email@example.com
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