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Valuing Your Time as a Family Law Attorney

For family law attorneys who want to maximize their law firm profits, time is the golden goose that must be nurtured. Time is a family law firm's one and only valuable commodity. That's why tracking time, managing time, and maximizing and optimizing how associates use their time is central to every successful family law firm's business plan.

This new guide explores the following:
  • Problems with law firms accurately tracking time
  • Automatic time-tracking tools
  • How tracking time improves productivity
  • And much more!

Family lawyers produce a fixed commodity. Learn more about what the pitfalls and opportunity points are for valuing your time and growing your profits.

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About the Author
Gerri Lynn Martin
Gerri Martin, a Partner with Software Analysis Corporation, holds her undergraduate degree in Accountancy and is a CPA. This gives Gerri the business background needed to understand the financial and management implications of implementing software and business processes. In 1990, Gerri obtained a master’s degree in Project Management while graduating with honors. In 1992, she received her PMP certification in Project Management from the Project Management Institute. She is the past Vice President of Professional Development for PMI’s Chicagoland Chapter. This project management background lends itself to helping firms streamline their workflow and eliminate needless duplication of effort.