Using (Real) Performance Data to Improve Your Law Practice

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Title: Using (Real) Performance Data to Improve Your Law Practice
Speaker: George Psiharis, Billie Tarascio
Date: Thursday, March 16, 2017
Time: 10:45 a.m – 11:45 a.m.
Track: The Business of Law
Attendee Profile: Public/Government Lawyer, Firm Management, New Solo/Young Lawyer/Law School

Description
Firm performance can be measured by key performance indicators (KPIs), business metrics (client development and intake, productivity, and financial performance) used to evaluate success. This session will report on real benchmark data on law firm KPI — including from the Legal Technology Survey and Legal Trends Report — and help you use data to improve your own law practice.