There’s no escaping the fact that millennials now make up a good share of your client base—and that share will continue to increase. Millennials are projected to become the largest generation in 2019, overtaking Baby Boomers, according to Pew Research. To stay competitive, you need to adapt to the needs of these clients. Here’s how to keep impressing millennials to get more clients and stand out from other attorneys in your area.
Part of ensuring your practice stays relevant and profitable is keeping up with the latest trends in the legal world. Clio, a legal practice management and client intake software company, provides insights in its 2019 Legal Trends Report. Here’s what the report is all about and reasons why attorneys should check it out.
Keeping up with the latest technologies is essential for any type of business in our modern world. For lawyers, this means staying ahead of the competition by utilizing the latest and most advanced software on the market. Software for attorneys helps your practice improve workflows and make processes more efficient, so you can spend less time trying to work with outdated, buggy software, and more time focusing on what matters: your clients.
Meet Trace Daniel, NextChapter's Business Development Manager. Trace joined the NextChapter team in July with 9 years of experience in entrepreneurship and business development. Completely new to legal tech, Trace enjoys the challenge of learning and working in a new space. Trace's high-energy and enthusiasm for building relationships and providing attorneys with the best tools to grow their business is what drives his work at NextChapter. He is excited about showing attorneys a software that makes their firm more efficient and thus, more profitable.
The law is a demanding field. Whether you’re an attorney or a legal professional, you’ve probably worked after hours taking client calls, responding to emails, finishing up petitions before the end of the month… and the list goes on. It’s hard to disconnect, as many lawyers think they always have to be plugged in. While this can be helpful to clients, never unplugging will start to take its toll. With smartphones and more mobility in our digital age, you have access to your email in your pocket. While this is a positive most of the time, this can lead to you constantly checking email and never really taking a break from work.