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Updates from CARET Legal
CARET Legal Spring Product Launch: Advanced Document Automation, Unmatched Support, and So Much More!
The Spring CARET Legal product update is packed with a bundle of new, and exciting features. Keep reading to learn how you can better optimize and automate your practice.
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Updates from CARET Legal
Biggest Hits of 2022
We are full speed ahead on 2023 goals, and 2022 is already in the rearview mirror. What a year it was! As a team we looked back on the year’s accomplishments, weighing your feedback and reviews, and the result is a list of CARET Legal users’ favorite updates and new features from 2022.
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Updates from CARET Legal
CARET Legal Fall Product Launch: New Ways to Communicate with Clients, Improve Performance, and Save Time for your Entire Firm
The Fall CARET Legal product update is packed with new, and much anticipated features. Keep reading to learn how you can improve your workflow, and your client experience, directly within CARET Legal.
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Case & Matter Management
The WOW Factor: Firms Share Their Most-Loved Features in CARET Legal
CARET Legal ranks #1 in the high performer category on customer satisfaction in the G2 Report on Legal Practice Management software. The honor is huge, as G2 is the leading software peer review site, and the rankings are based on the reactions and feedback from the people who matter most: experienced attorneys and law firm…
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Law Firm Operations
Preparing for Legal Practice Data Migration
Legal management software is essential to the functionality of your law firm. Managing and prioritizing legal tasks for your team can be a daunting task without it - but, updating your software can be daunting as well. After relying on the same legal management software for years, it can seem like a challenge to successfully migrate into an upgraded legal system.
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Timekeeping & Billing
Attorney Organization Tips
Attorneys work in a very high-stress environment and oftentimes feel they must always be the expert in the room. Embracing organization can not only make repetitive tasks more efficient, but also reduce stress. Well-organized attorneys will take advantage of the ability to automate many daily tasks. Being organized is not “set it and forget it.” It is an ongoing process. Being organized should be a firm initiative and everyone in the law firm needs to embrace increased organization.
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Accounting & Reporting
Time, Billing and Payments: How to Streamline Them in Your Law Firm
Billing is an integral part of running the business that is your law practice. That’s why having legal practice management software with robust billing and accounting features is so important to day-to-day operations of your law firm, and for staying competitive in an ever-evolving legal industry.
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Accounting & Reporting
Start 2023 Off Right with a Realistic Remote Strategy
Let’s face it: remote work is here to stay. It doesn’t matter if you’re going into an office every day or meeting in-person with colleagues a few days a week; remote work will always be a fallback for many industries, especially the legal industry. With this thought in mind, optimizing your law firm for the new year is integral to the overall health of your business, and it’s never too early to start planning. That’s why it’s more important than ever to have a cloud-based legal practice management (LPM) system at your disposal.
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Compensation and Performance Tracking
Redefining Automation: How to Automate Your Law Practice
Automation can be defined in many ways by many industries; however, it doesn’t always have to apply to complex procedures like robotic process automation (RPA) or “advanced tasks.” In law firms, automation is frequently defined as using software to automate tedious and repetitive tasks to get work done faster and more efficiently. Law firms can automate a substantial portion of their work with technology. For example, most firms repurpose their pleadings, templates, form letters, and other documents completed for past clients – why reinvent the wheel? Yet, according to a recent Statista survey, 75 percent of the lawyers who responded said they spent more than 20 hours per week on non-billable work like legal research, court filings, and administrative tasks.
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