TrialPad: Your Path to Streamline Litigation

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If I had to name the #1 priority of redesigning your law practice business model to stay competitive in today’s environment, it would be cost containment. It is THE fundamental principle in Law Practice Strategy’s trainings and consultations, as it affects every decision you make to incorporate the features of a 21st century law firm model. In LPS’s most recent webinar on Alternative Fee Arrangements, Hank Turner told us that one step in the ability to successfully “price” your legal services is to review how past matters similar in scope were priced, and determine if the process could be made “leaner” (eliminate the unnecessary in project management speak), thus reducing cost. This not only reduces the risk of underpricing your work, but also creates the potential for greater profit margins.

The primary way to contain costs is to automate anything that can be. And with the proliferation legal technology, more and more of what we do fits into that category. So let’s take a look at an awesome application that fills in a few gaps.

If you think it’s possible that a tech app can make you feel all warm and fuzzy, TrialPad is the one. Seriously. One look at this interface on an iPad, and I had a flash of wanting to return to trying cases just so I could use it and look really cool.

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DISCLAIMER: Because of the generality of this update, the information provided herein may not be applicable in all situations and should not be acted upon without specific legal advice based on particular situations.

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