How Law Firms Can Be More Efficient And Drive Profit

Law360, Chicago (March 9, 2018, 8:38 PM EST) -- The average lawyer spends approximately two-thirds of their day on nonbillable tasks, a bleak picture of efficiency in today’s law firms offered up Friday by a speaker at the American Bar Association TechShow in Chicago.

Legal practice management platform Clio compiled data from 60,000 of its users looking at a number of indicators of law firm performance and found that during an eight-hour work day, the average lawyer spent just 29 percent of their time on billable activities — that’s about two and a half hours....
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