Understanding your law firm’s systems is not enough to run them successfully. You’ll never be able to fully leverage the power of your team without efficient workflows. Making a good workflow will empower your team to drive files forward and deliver high-quality and, consistent results for your clients. Please join us, and learn from the great Melanie Leonard, how to make outstanding and efficient workflows to manage your practice.
Introducing, Melanie Leonard
An attorney, an entrepreneur, and one of the leading authorities on the use of legal practice management software. She graduated from Chicago-Kent College of Law in 2002 and began practicing at mid-sized firms. Growing increasingly uncomfortable with the working environment, Melanie left to start her own firm in 2006. Over the next 12 years, she built a thriving real estate law practice. An early adopter of Clio, Melanie became one of the first Clio Certified Consultants.
In 2018, Melanie sold her law practice to pursue her passion full time and streamlined.legal was born. In just two years, streamlined.legal has become one of the most sought-after consulting firms in the legal tech industry, having received Clio’s Partner Led Excellence Award in 2019 and 2020. If you need assistance to generate outstanding workflows, Melanie is the go-to professional we could not recommend more.
Demolition of Barriers
There are some many hours in a day, it is extremely hard to stay up to date and follow up with all the pending things your business need. For some leaders, delegation comes with a cost, and it shouldn’t. Letting go and assigning tasks to others who are capable is almost a necessity. Before you start building a great workflow, you need to have a team and being able to recognize your pain points. A capable team will help you delegate tasks and build processes properly.
During your daily process you can find pain points and start building workflows around them. Once you have that experience and realize how helpful it was for your law firm, you’ll want to get everything mapped out. Start with the most painful or the one that happens the most often, then methodically work down your list. Managing your practice requires thoroughness and a clear methodology.
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