Those who manage a law firm already know the wide array of duties and responsibilities that come along with this role. It’s not just bookkeeping and payroll—there are clients to bill, billing disputes to resolve, and collection actions to be filed. There are also employees to hire and train and (hopefully rarely) to discipline or even terminate.
And in order to determine how many employees you can hire, how much you can pay them, and how quickly your firm can expand, you need to have some financial forecasting measures in place. This avalanche of duties is enough to make you wonder when you’ll ever have time to practice law!
We treat each of our law firm clients as the unique business entities they are. We understand that no two firms operate in the same way, and there’s often no one “right” way to do things. Our team of highly experienced, dedicated, and versatile consultants can provide you as much (or as little) support as you need to help your firm reach its goals.