Solving the Small Law Billing Problem

Small law firms and their staff play a very important role within our communities yet on average they are billing for only 25-30% of their day. How are firms to provide a great service, produce good results, and build a great business when there is a fundamental problem with the unit economics of what they do?

The increase in complexity of billing, and the increase in the sheer number of iterative transactions that fee earners deal with and perform on a daily basis, has made it all too difficult to keep track of time, and to understand the profitability of fixed and contingency cases.

This session will explore why small law billing’s complexity has increased, and what small law firms can do to move back towards being fairly paid for the work they and their teams are performing every day.

Industry Track