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A New Law Blog: Small Firm Innovation

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Innovative lawyers. Two words that seem like an unlikely pair. At least, that's how it used to be.

But lately, small firm lawyers are changing that assumption. This is because these lawyers are uniquely positioned to innovate. Their smaller size allows them greater flexibility. Small firms lawyers are better able to respond to market changes, advances in technology and the demands of legal consumers. These lawyers are more willing to learn about and take advantage of emerging technologies or newfound practice management theories and are changing the ways in which legal services are delivered to consumers.

If you'd like to learn more about how solos and small firms are changing the practice of law from the ground up, look no further than Small Firm Innovation. It's the newest group legal blog on the block, sponsored by Clio (a company that provides SaaS-based law practice management software), and focuses on the innovativeness of solos and small firm lawyers.

It's a really interesting blog and I'm proud to be a part of it. I post bi-weekly. Here are a few of my most recent posts:

Head on over and check it out. There are a ton of great posts by a multitude of authors. It's a great resource, with lots of useful information.



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