Anyone who has worked with me or reads my posts on Linked In, knows that I know a bit about Microsoft Word. I have spent most of my working life becoming an expert in its tricks, its foibles, its pitfalls and a multitude of shortcuts and workarounds.
We see many of our lawyer clients successfully growing their businesses, and at the same time taking on more tasks and being “self-sufficient”. But being self-sufficient doesn’t necessarily mean being efficient.
Law firm owners and managers are starting to ask more que...
This is a picture of Tracy and I, one of my best friends at work when I worked at a White & Case. Sadly, she was killed almost 4 years ago. It’s at this time of year when I remember people who have gone before and the good times I’ve spent with them.
I have worked in large law firms for 30 years in support roles. New processes and innovative ways of working are considered "radical" and discussed only at the top tier of management - so as not to frighten the troops!