It’s probably true that some people go to law school because — as rumor has it anyway — no math is required. What is indisputable is that nobody goes to law school hoping to spend their time on accounting and bookkeeping matters. Too boring. But as anyone who has ever tried to run a small legal practice (or any business for that matter) knows, the boring stuff matters.
In today’s fiercely competitive legal services market, it is imperative that smaller law firms get their bookkeeping, billing, and financial houses in order. Proper accounting is not mere beancounting — it’s crucial for tracking the success of your practice.
Join our free webinar on December 13th at 1 p.m. ET and learn how to leverage cutting-edge technology bring your small or medium-sized practice the “Biglaw” advantage of back-office efficiencies and vital financial insights like the profitability of particular client relationships, practice areas, and matter types.
Learn how to monitor costs and revenues to maximize your profit margins. Our webinar will be moderated by legal technology maven Bob Ambrogi who will be joined by T.C Whittaker, CPA MBA, of PwC.
Click here to register.