Five Checklists for Increasing EfficiencyBy Julie Chambers, Chambers Law Office LLC
Running a small law firm can be exciting and fulfilling, but also time consuming and stressful. One of the best ways to streamline your practice and make sure that all of your I’s are dotted and T’s are crossed is to use checklists. It may seem intuitive, but sitting down to review your procedures, even as a solo with no staff, can be helpful. A few of the most important aspects of running a successful practice include client intake, managing finances (including IOLTA accounts) and closing files. This article
reviews some helpful tips to create more efficient procedures to manage your practice, and it even provides a few sample checklists to get you started!This post was written by Julie Chambers of Chambers Law Office LLC. If you would like to submit content or write an article for the Solo/Small Firm Practice Section page, please email Rachel Beachy at email@example.com. To subscribe to more Solo/Small Firm Practice Section news like the article above, click here to update your news subscriptions. Your news subscriptions appear in your bi-weekly E-Bulletin and on your personalized IndyBar homepage.Keep an eye out for our newest e-newsletter for members, Bar Talk, featuring the top IndyBar posts each month!