Modern law offices are now capable of generating and managing invoices speedily and with impeccable acuity.
Friends of uLaw: we have an important message for you regarding the manner in which most firms in Ontario are managing their disbursements throughout the course of the client lifecycle.
Prominent Hamilton lawyer James Morton is facing a slew of criminal charges mostly related to forgery and divorce after he turned himself in at a police station in June.
Each year hundreds of new lawyers are pumped into a saturated and increasingly competitive labour pool as scores of students continue to enroll themselves into Ontario law schools. Nevertheless, there will soon be a ninth law school opening in the province. While most benchers at the Law Society of Ontario are in support of this new school, a few naysayers are worried about the future of an increasingly competitive and shrinking job market, particularly for young and inexperienced lawyers.
The modern smartphone and, to a lesser extent, the tablet have become indispensable tools in the management of your practice.
Such power, mobility and convenience, however comes with some security vulnerabilities that can be somewhat mitigated with a few security practices that should become part of your professional life. In todays world practice management is carried out almost entirely with laptops and mobile phone and both these devices are predominantly wireless.
Practice management and legal accounting software such as uLaw, PcLaw and others, contain all your client and business data. You will want to take extreme care to protect yourself and your business in this capable but vulnerable wireless world. Let us examine in this article the potential problems and remedies that you can take to reduce risk.
A lot of clerical, managerial, archival, bookkeeping and accounting work goes into managing a law firm while also remaining in compliance with legal regulators.
Increasing numbers of lawyers and paralegals are beginning to shift towards working for themselves instead of working for larger firms. There are a lot of huge benefits, and we want to show you how to get started!
Law schools across the country are pumping out graduates hungry for experience at an alarming rate, and the result is that big law firms are getting pickier and picker when it comes to hiring lawyers because there's just so many to choose from.
After all the paperwork is filed, the signatures signed, and the money handed over, Radan Rusev says the most enjoyable part of his job is when he’s working with young people closing their first home purchase.