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The Business of Legal: The Data-Driven Law Practice by Nimbus Of Counsel Mary Juetten

Mary Juetten’s second book, The Business of Legal: The Data-Driven Law Practice launched at the end of last month as a Kindle offering on Amazon.* Again written in plain English, with simple case studies, Juetten provides an approach for lawyers and other legal technicians to use data and process to drive change. Mary uses her thirty-year plus business, accounting, law, and consulting background to provide a road map for lawyers looking to improve their firms, all in less than 100 pages, complete with pictures! Actually, any professional can adapt the book’s advice to create a data-driven successful practice.

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KPIs: The Business of Legal

For some law firms, success is the ability to add new clients to their roster. And while that is an important part of any firm, there are plenty of examples of firms that are bringing in new clients and still find themselves struggling to stay afloat. Success that is sustainable and long-lasting requires greater efficiency and insight, and that requires measuring key performance indicators (KPIs).

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Small Law Firm KPIs: How to Measuer Your Way to Greater Profits

For small law firms, trying to develop and sustain success has become more than just trying to add more clients. There are plenty of firms that are able to bring in clients and yet still find themselves failing in the long run. In order to establish success that is sustainable, more and more small law firms are using key performance indicators (KPIs) or performance metrics to gauge how their firm is operating.

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