Legal Management Magazine
Legal Management reports on topics within ALA’s five knowledge areas: Legal Industry/Business Management; Human Resources Management; Financial Management; Communications and Organizational Management; and Operations Management.
June 2017: On the Cover
Mobile device messaging has become more popular in the legal realm. You can see the appeal — we get a lot less text messages than emails. In fact, Americans receive roughly 122 business emails a day compared to approximately 32 to 33 texts each day. Texts stand out more than email — one reason they’ve become some clients’ preferred communication choice. But there are concerns related to billing, document management and privacy — not to mention how they can interfere with an employee’s work-life balance. In this month’s cover story, we explore how to manage this growing client demand. Read more.
Technology can be a love-hate relationship for many law firms. On one hand, it’s streamlined many processes to make firms function more efficiently. On the other, it’s forced some attorneys to change up the way they’ve always done things, to add proficiencies that may be outside their comfort zone. Additionally, there can be a wide range in abilities. Read more.
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