PRACTICE INTELLIGENCE

Job market sucks

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According to statistical analysis conducted by Legal Practice Intelligence, the job market sucks. It sucks for everyone in the country looking for a job and…

Buying and selling property is a necessity like supermarket shopping

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Before Covid, NSW sales volumes were trending up by around 13% compared to 2019. The worst effect of Covid on property sales was revealed in…

Buy a law firm partner for $6.6 million

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It is still going on behind the scenes but the AFR is onto it - the possible ASX listing of HWL Ebsworth. If the float…

Are you finding it hard to get more clients? Are you spending too much time on admin? Here is why

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If you are are finding it hard to acquire more clients and you are spending too much time on admin, there is a simple explanation.…

Is this the new standard in the legal sector – work from office 60 per cent and home 40 per cent?

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Herbert Smith Freehills (HSF) is setting the standard for its own staff but it might be inadvertently setting the standard for the industry as well. …

Important property update

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Key Points from Macquarie Group: 1. Before Covid: strong growth in house prices - particularly Sydney and Melbourne 2. After Covid: listing numbers fell sharply…

Solved: how a law firm can get paid and retain the client at the same time

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Lawyers: end conflict in getting paid for your services. There is a better way than debtors collections. Peter Frankl (editor of Legal Practice Intelligence) interviews…

Skier, Triathlete, Lawyer and Legal Practice Innovator – Justin Betar

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Lawyer Justin Betar shares his experience as a recognised innovator in using technology in legal practice. Justin is also a triathlete and skier. He talks…

Creating a Law Firm with Predictable Revenue

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By Richard Hugo-Hamman* Instalment Plans with regular affordable payments In the past most established law firms were able to predict cashflow based largely on an…

7 per cent fall in GDP in one quarter – something to get excited about?

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Economic  activity declined in the June 2020 quarter by 7 per cent compared to the March quarter. For the 12 months to June 2020, GDP…
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