The nuts and bolts of productizing your practice through document automation and end-to-end legal applications.
Turning legal services into legal products can be done by creating document automation workflows and legal apps, and by structuring new revenue models. To build legal products, you'll want to think strategically about the process of scoping, building, and launching your legal products. We created this series on "productizing legal services" to educate you on what we and our clients have found to be most successful. We cover everything from defining your initial audience, to tools to help you build, to marketing and monetizing your legal applications.
Productizing Your Law Firm to Create More Revenue through Legal Apps
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Technology is changing rapidly, so it is especially important for law firms to be vigilant in their privacy policies and retention of data received from their websites. If you have a publicly listed email address or a “contact us” form on your website, keep reading.
HelpSelf Legal built an online legal tool that got to 1,400 monthly active users in 3 months. Now, we share learnings on how to market a consumer legal app.
The Portia Project podcast recently interviewed Dorna Moini (Documate), Nicole Clark (Trellis Research, Inc.), and Jacqueline Schafer (Clearbrief). Listen to learn how these three women took action to address problems in the legal industry, and how we can use legal tech moving forward.
The legal profession is modernizing, and legal tech is booming. One of the biggest changes in the past few years is the increased availability of unbundled legal services. Check out our list of everything you need to know about becoming an unbundled attorney before you get left behind by the competition.
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