NextChapter is excited to share our winter release, introducing updates to our web application, new features and forms, and a preview of what’s coming next. We’re committed to continuous improvement of our software and services, making your law firm’s processes easier for increased productivity, efficiency, and time savings. Keep reading to see what we have to show you in our first release of 2020!
It's pretty simple—when a client reaches out to you via contact form on your website, phone call, or email, they're expecting a prompt response. They're probably contacting a number of attorneys, trying to get a quote or more information about fees, the legal process, and the like. Responding to prospects within 24 hours seems like a no-brainer. Think about it: A hot lead wants to hire you, so why wouldn't you jump on it? But let's face it, your law firm gets busy. You become wrapped up in current cases, clients, and court. Maybe you've been out of the office or just overlooked the email or voicemail entirely.
This year, the NextChapter team is thrilled to present our most impressive release to date! We have revolutionary new features to share and plenty of updates, including the recent acquisition by Fastcase, a leading legal publisher. This release is all about making your law firm more efficient and productive, helping you get more clients and retaining them.
As the relationship between technology and the legal field evolves, the practice of law transforms. Attorneys and legal professionals embrace new ways of working and serving clients. In this technologically-advancing field, many law firms are becoming virtual, or adopting some aspects of the remote-working environment. Read on to learn some tips and tricks for successfully implementing a virtual law firm and how it could grow your practice exponentially.
Social media is perhaps the most widely-growing technology worldwide. It's rare to find a person in this emerging world who doesn't use social media. People everywhere use it to catch up on news and trends, communicate with others, and discover new services and products. According to a report by We Are Social, over 4 billion people use social media every day. Aside from it being vastly popular among various age groups in today's society, creating accounts and sharing posts is completely free. Read on to see why lawyers and law firms should break into the exciting world that is social media.