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Posted on: Jun 8, 2021

By Jared Corriea, IndyBar Law Practice Management Consultant and Red Cave Consulting

As the coronavirus pandemic (hopefully) reaches its end in the United States, one thing has become abundantly clear: that attorneys should be moving as many analog processes as they can to digital processes. 

Law firms that are used to or are only willing to manage in-person events have been required to reconsider that stance. It’s time to rethink every process in your law firm to create online options for what have traditionally been offline events. Every offline transaction you utilize in your law practice can be shifted to an online transaction. And, if you’re not making those moves now, the question is when will you? If you’re not making the transition to a modern law practice during a global pandemic, then when will you? 

It was important even before the coronavirus changed everyone’s life to offer law firm clients digital, it’s essential.  

If you’re struggling with the transition, we can help. 

The IndyBar offers FREE law practice management consulting services through Red Cave Law Firm Consulting. To request a consult, visit the IndyBar law practice management consulting landing page, and start running your law firm like a business.


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